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Re: No. Don't drink the Kool-Aid (nt)

Posted by 427 on August 03, 2011 at 0:21 AM

In Reply to: Re: No. Don't drink the Kool-Aid (nt) posted by Rod Ciferri on August 01, 2011 at 8:59 PM

A deed of trust that has a defect is not nessessarily void though is it? Someone would have to determine how much damage the defect caused. Maybe it caused a $100 damage because someone had to drive back and deal with the people at the recorders office, or maybe its $10,000 becaue it took the time andenergy of alot of people. Even if fraud occurred on the part of the benificiary or some other party, the amount of damage that occurrred would still have to be established. I think your arguments are very solid, but also some might be based on assumptions that are too absolute so even if the argument is perfect it cant hold up.

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