Lender Liability in Loan Origination
Lender Liability in Loan Administration
Lender Liability in Loan Workouts
Lender Liability During Foreclosure
Lender Liability After Foreclosure
Attorney Fernando Leone has dedicated his legal career to helping homeowners needs. He obtained his B.A Italian Literature Degree in 1984 from University of California, Santa Barbara and J.D Degree from the University of San Diego School of Law in 1989.
He has California State Bar License Number: 147933 as an attorney before all the Courts of California and United States Central District of California since October, 1990.
Attorney Fernando Leone successfully lead and supervised a winning Team of 20 Real Estate Litigation Attorneys before starting his own law firm that he has operated for over 20 years.
Attorney Fernando Leone has gone up against many worthy opponents that most attorneys wouldn’t have the courage or lack the expertise to do so.
With all his success, Attorney Fernando Leone has also made it a point to help, guide, and assist underrepresented Consumers by offering his expertise in reviewing and helping prepare legal documents for consumers.
The Nonprofit Alliance of Consumer Advocates is proud to have Attorney Fernando Leone as its Senior Legal Services Director to ensure the highest level of legal advice and guidance to its many consumers.
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Any mortgaged property is owned by the bank until the loan is paid off. The action of taking possession of a property following a delay in mortgage payments is known as Foreclosure. While foreclosure is legal if there is the right to do so, many lenders, intentionally or unintentionally, now wrongfully initiate the foreclosure process. For example, a wrongful foreclosure may occur due to there being:
A Notice of Trustee Sale [NTS] refers to a notice issued by the lender to let you know that they will auction your property to recover the amount of money you owe on the loan. In addition to issuing a copy to the property owner, the notice is published in the local newspaper and displayed at the courthouse.
Trustee Sale Reversal are not all impossible, no matter what anyone tells you. It’s only impossible when you don’t have enough faith. We can help reverse your Trustee Sale.
An unlawful detainer is a legal way for a landlord to evict a tenant. It requires a special court process and can move quickly through the court system. Unlawful detainer cases are often used if one of the following occurs:
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Personal injury is a legal term for an injury to the body, mind or emotions, as opposed to an injury to property.
In common-law jurisdictions the term is most commonly used to refer to a type of tort lawsuit in which the person bringing the suit (the “claimant” in English Law or “plaintiff” in American jurisdictions) has suffered harm to his or her body or mind. Personal injury lawsuits are filed against the person or entity that caused the harm through negligence, gross negligence, reckless conduct, or intentional misconduct, and in some cases on the basis of strict liability.