Mahjor v. Greenpoint Mortgage Funding, Inc. et al

Filing 31

MEMORANDUM OPINION: For these reasons, the Motions to Dismiss filed by Greenpoint, MERS, and FFC [Dkt 10] and Brock&Scott and TSV [Dkt. 13] will be granted by an appropriate Order to be issued with this Memorandum Opinion. Signed by District Judge Leonie M. Brinkema on 6/23/17. (yguy)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA Alexandria Division HAMIDMAHJOR, Plaintiff, l:17-cv-498 (LMB/IDD) V. GREENPOINT MORTGAGE FUNDING, INC.. et al.. Defendants. MEMORANDUM OPINION This civil action arises out of plaintiff Hamid Mahjor's ("plaintiff* or "Mahjor") 2007 purchase of a home financed by a mortgage. According to plaintiff, his mortgage broker procured the loan by addinga fictitious nameto the loan documents submitted to the lender, whichplaintiffargues rendered the note and deed oftrust void. Nevertheless, plaintiffoccupied the house for nearly ten years withoutmaking any payments. In March 2017, defendant Greenpoint Mortgage, Inc., ("Greenpoint"), identified as the "lender" in the complaint, initiated foreclosure proceedings, withdefendant Brock & Scott, PLLC ("Brock & Scott"), acting as the debt collector; defendant Trustee Services of Virginia, LLC ("TSV"), acting as the substitute trustee for the deed oftrust; and defendant Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems ("MERS"), actingas nominee for the lender. Defendant FFC Properties, LLC ("FFC"), purchased the property at the March 2017 foreclosure sale.

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