Thursday, October 1, 2015

Motion for Judicial Notice

Gary Lawrence Ozenne       
7351 Piute Creek Drive
Corona, CA  92881

United States Court of Appeals
for the 9th Circuit

Gary Lawrence Ozenne,
Appellant, Debtor and Plaintiff,
Chase Manhattan Bank, Ocwen Federal Bank FSB, and any successor in interest
Appellee , Creditor, Defendant
Case No.: 11-60039

Motion for Judicial notice

October 1, 2015

Appellant, and debtor, Gary Lawrence Ozenne requests the court take judicial notice of several noteworthy legal actions, against appellee Ocwen, that have occurred since the May 17th 2001, violation of law, which began this case. 

National Public Radio
A investigative report of customer complaints against appellee Ocwen was reported on National Public Radio NPR, on November 18th 2014  which  reported on legal difficulties  faced by Ocwen, regarding foreclosures, as well as inflated and bogus fees and charges.  

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
DEC 19, 2013

The United States Department of Justice

Sealy Davis

US Department of Housing and Urban Development
The Settlement     


(exert from Wikiprdia) 
In July 2002, Kweku Hanson, a Connecticut attorney, initiated a class-action suit against Ocwen Federal FSB of West Palm Beach, Florida, and he was represented in this by fellow attorney Paul Ngobeni. The 123-page lawsuit in Hanson v. Ocwen Federal Bank outlines a six-year running battle over late charges and fees.[22] He was joined in the suit by 57 individuals who claimed to have been injured by Ocwen. The lawsuit sought $1.5 billion in punitive and exemplary damages but was settled out of court for an undisclosed sum.

On Dec 19, 2013, the California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris Announced a $2.1 Billion Mortgage Settlement with Ocwen Financial Corporation and Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC (Ocwen) over alleged mortgage servicing misconduct. California homeowners eligible to receive an estimated $268 million in first lien principal reductions and nearly $23 million in cash payments.[23]

This agreement is with a total of 49 states with $2 billion used to cover loan modifications and principle reductions for the people who lost their homes between Jan. 1, 2009 and Dec. 21, 2012, and those people whose loans were serviced by OCWEN. "OCWEN took advantage of borrowers at every stage of the process", said Richard Cordray, Director of the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.[24]

A copy of the 67-page California Complaint can be found here:[25]

A copy of the 173-page California Consent Order can be found here:[26]

Ocwen Federal Bank FSB was liquidated by themselves in 2005 the FDIC report is here:[27]

Dated this 1st day of October, 2015.
Gary Lawrence Ozenne  

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