To: New Jersey's Judicial System

Corruption in New Jersey's Judicial System

The Supreme Court of New Jersey on 5/2/19 changed Court Rule 4:64-2 in direct conflict of the Public Comments it received AGAINST changing this Court Rule.

Why is this important?

The Supreme Court commissioned a "Special Committee" on Foreclosure procedures in New Jersey. They claimed they wanted to preserve the "right to due process". What a farce. The Committee issued recommendations which did NOT include changes to Rule 4:64-2. The Supreme Court sought Public Comments. ALL Public Comments were against changing the Court Rule, but the NJ Supremes went ahead and changed it, anyway.
Please sign my Petition. Homeowners in New Jersey are being deprived of the "right to due process" by the very Court that claims they are trying to protect the "right to due process". The NJ Supremes should have just come right out and said "Proofs needed to Foreclose-NONE. You don't have to prove you have the right to Foreclose in New Jersey. Just declare a default and you're good to go".
People all across this land should be OUTRAGED!


Reasons for signing

  • I personally was involved in a foreclosure action which took over 10 years to complete. I studied the foreclosure subject matter full time for ten years, and can clearly affirm and have documented the theft. No real parties of interest are involved in 90% of the cases, and the amounts due claims are based on fraudulent submissions from non-parties to the case via mere certification. This is theft by deception at its highest level. Consumer fraud cases must be.
  • Foreclosure victim previously in Rahway, NJ Union County
  • Agree with Tracy from CA. Add Oregon too.

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