Seriously, that guy's a dick.
The embattled law firm – a so-called “foreclosure mill” that represented banks – will close its doors March 31, leaving about 100,000 cases in limbo statewide.
I found it especially disturbing that they have something called a "rocket docket" for foreclosures. It's sad when you have so many people to kick out of their homes that you have to put in a g.d. express lane.
I didn't ask whether or not this happen, Ironmouth. I asked a question about abstract legal theory. I'd imagine the answer is : No, the bank was not in contempt of court, the judge could not have thrown the bank's manager in jail, nor temporarily withdrawn their business license, etc. If otoh, the bank has openly stated that they were not going to pay up, or something equally "contemptuous", the judge could've exercised such stronger powers. err.. I guess that's what you meant by your letter comment. Ok, thanks.
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