This quick tool helps homeowners quickly identified if their situation has similar characteristics of the Glaski v. Bank of America, et al case in regards to the late assignment.
Thomas A. Glaski sued Bank of America, et al alleging the assignment of deed of trust was too late and a void act of the Trustee of the REMIC Trust (not to be confused with Trustee of the Deed of Trust) Click here for the Glaski ruling. The Quick Search is specific to identifying if the Assignment of Deed of Trust recorded against your title suffers the same defects as Glaski's assignment. Please keep in mind this is not legal advice and once this information is researched , it is highly recommended you discuss the findings with your attorney.
YOU Provide - the Deed of Trust and Assignment of Deed of Trust you want evaluated.
ITFF Provides - Glaski Quick Search Report that contains the following information:
1. Identities the parties to the Deed of Trust and assignment 2. Closing and Cut off date of the REMIC Trust 3. Governing law of the Pooling & Servicing Agreement 4. Identifies the "Trustee" prohibitions against late acceptance of a late assignment. 5. Current cases that identify the assignment is "void" for New York or Delaware.
SUPPORTING Documents with Glaski Quick Search: 1. Report provides an electronic copy of the PSA as downloaded from the Security Exchange Commission's website, Edgar. 2. Court rulings of the cases identify in #5 above.
TURN AROUND TIME
We provide 24 hours turn around (M-F; 8am to 5pm PST). For emergency review the investment is $75.00 and we provide 4 hour turn around (Mon. to Sun., 8am to 12am - we have to sleep at some time!)
Please note that if the assignment provided does not identify the "Trust" the purchase will be refunded minus a minimal $3.00 fee for processing.
Upon purchase you will receive an email that provides instructions for emailing the Assignment of Deed of Trust and to start the clock "ticking". Please note that you must email, upload or fax the Deed of Trust and assignment; failure to email or fax the Deed of Trust and assignment will impact our ability to assist you. Please do NOT purchase the quick search until you have the Deed of Trust and assignment in hand.
TWENTY FOUR Hour Turn Around Time (M-F. 8am to 5pm)
FOUR Hour Turn Around Time- (M-Sun. 8am-12am)
FAQ About Glaski Quick Search
Which states does the Glaski Ruling cover?
The Glaski ruling is a California State Court of Appeals ruling (5th District). However, the information and instructive reasoning of the Court is an argument that can be made in any state. Regardless to which state you live in, we will provide at least two state cases in YOUR state that recognize prohibited acts as a void act, supported by the New York or Delaware cases that support this research.
What if I don't have the assignment?
You must submit a clear copy of the assignment or we simply can't do the search. You can go to your County Recorder's office and purchase a copy of the assignment, then scan the assignment to upload or email us; or fax it to 925.952.7130.