A successful foreclosure defense strategy later proved problematic for homeowners who couldn’t collect appellate attorney fees despite being the prevailing party.
Borrowers Frederick and Jonelle Sabido argued the Bank of New York Mellon lacked legal standing to foreclose on their property because it was not a signatory on the promissory note and mortgage.
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