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Homeowner forecloses on Bank of America

This story is too delightful not to post.  Bank of America filed a foreclosure lawsuit against a homeowner despite the fact that the homeowner bought his house in cash and had no mortgage.  The lawsuit was dismissed but Bank of America was ordered to pay his legal fees. After waiting awhile for the check, the homeowner decided to use one of the remedies available to creditors, having the Sheriff seize the debtor’s property.  The Sheriff went to a local office of Bank of America in Naples, Florida to seize furniture, etc. but the bank manager managed to come up with the money owed the homeowner.  You can find the story at news-press.com.

  1. Jerry
    June 10th, 2011 at 15:08 | #1

    I think the following quote from Mr. and Mrs. Nyerges attorney should be in running for one of the top quotes of the past five years:

    “I’m leaving the building with either cash, a check or a whole lot of furniture,” attorney Todd Allen said just before walking in.

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