I lost my home of 26 years and my business based out of that home because the loan servicer violated bankruptcy law, 11 USC 362.
I've never been able 2 show the court my proof that they had violated the law, the court said it had no jurisdiction, and the appeals court ultimately thought I was trying to pull a trick. My story is described in my self represented apeal brief at:
I need a skilled constitutional /appeals attorney to help me fight my case I have been mostly self-represented but now realize that this was kind of foolish yet, with no money, interest in my case was not strong.
169 Villiage Square Lane #204
Mountain City, TN 37683
July 14, 2020
I am seeking legal representation to enforce my constitutional rights of redress and due process under the Constitution of the United States.
Ocwen Federal Bank who was the loan service agent for Chase Manhattan, who was the beneficiary of the loan, when loans were bundled and resold, the banks violated federal bankruptcy law 11 USC 362 when they sold my home while I was protected by a federal bankruptcy stay on May 17th 2001 the proof of this assertion can be resolved by the date of the bankruptcy filing, May 17, 2001 and the date of recording the new trustee's deed with the Riverside county recorder May 29, 2001, in the name of Carol and Stephen O'Neil
Additionally, I was not behind on my payments I had a credit balance.
Initially the honorable Judge Meredith. Jury ruled she had no jurisdiction over the case once the case was dismissed. Later case law resolved that the bankruptcy court did have jurisdiction for violations of the code during the case
I had run out of money and had to represent myself or just give up which simply was not in my DNA
So I continued self-represented, into the appeals process, in 2005 the storage operator Dollars Self-Storage sold everything in my storage unit although I had petitioned the court under chapter 7 to just liquidate the property and pay my creditors,
Judge Jury denied my motion for sanctions.
I appealed, self represented to the BAP, which ruled on January 17th 2006, and reversed the judge indicating I could sue for statutory, compensatory, emotional distress, and punitive damages. See Ozenne v Dollar Storage . Jan 17, 2006 BAP
Meanwhile the case against Chase on Ocwen moved into the higher appeals court where at first, a split decision, arguments about jurisdiction of the bankruptcy appealate panel, or BAP, court, since it wasn't an constitutionally born article 3 created Court.
A later decision en banc court, not request by myself or the banks , by the ninth circuit decided to blame the victim and ruled that I had tried to take a shortcut by filing for a writ of mandamus rather than ask for an extension for the time to appeal since I did not receive notice my case has been dismissed until after the statute of limitations had run.
The "My Appeal" link on the left gives a blow by blow events of this case.
I need professional help so if you have any interest in representing me to right this constitutional wrong please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org , or call my cell 423-707 -8949 anytime
Thank You for your consideration.
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