Example LB POA | The League of Fraudulently Dispossessed Homeowners

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Taken from official records

This is a simplified EXAMPLE for clarity purposes…

The below Link goes direct to the SEC filings and the SEC suspension/termination. If you can follow the SEC reporting history, the 10k report suggests they were required to file 15-D reports making this a recordation of a Termination of Registration under Section 12(g) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, per 17 CFR 240.12g-4 (b), by the use of double negatives entered upon the report. These are violations of Section 23301 , 23301.5 , or 23775 of the Revenue and Taxation Code as suspended/terminated REMICS per state Commercial Codes, are not allowed to conduct business, or even file a law suit. All anyone really should be able to do is order the gold stamped attestation of the form 15-D from the Securities and Exchange committee on there website
SEC.GOV to show the courts they hold no standing to foreclose.

So here is an example sent to compare with. (Note the Notary Date May 3rd, 2013)


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Here are the REMIC's to which Sean Grzebin Senior VP of JP Morgan Chase was given authority to act on behalf of the following REMIC trusts - I guess my question before any judge would be how is it possible to assign a POA to REMIC Trust all of which were terminated/suspended upon the Securities and Exchange commission PRIOR to this authority upon the POA (2013). The Terminations were made by Deutchebank NA Trust mostly by VP Katherine M. Wannenmacher who is listed as the "Trustee" or by David H, Zielke (Long Beach Securities Secretary) in batch. Even if opposing council can convince the courts these investments continues on even if the investors dwindle down, he would need to provide a Majority Action Affidavit of 51% of all the shareholder's all of whom would need to be cross examined and if this was a CWALT REMIC, if opposing council could produce such a list and should that list pass then opposing council would have to explain prospectus outline certificate holders interest as "compound interest" basted upon the future value of the mortgage payments, not the property itself. If respondent council by some miracle could achieve this then he would have to explain why BNY MELLON was judicially instructed to settle the certificate holders interest under their settlement agreement. Beyond this, then the courts are accepting heresy wishing heresy as there is no council whom can attest as a witness holding direct knowledge to an emptied REMIC. An IRS audit would verify that the asset was never purchased, only tandem net advanced through the passing through of the funding received from the certificate holders in exchange for certificates issues, to which if you look closely you will see they were all attached to the manipulated LIBOR index in order to control the payouts. BNY MELLON Notice of Judicial Instructions

As you can see each and everyone of these trusts were seasoned for a year before being Suspended/Terminated upon the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2002-5 was Suspended/Terminated January 22, 2003
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2003-1 was Suspended/Terminated January 20, 2004
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2003-2 was Suspended/Terminated January 20, 2004
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2003-3 was Suspended/Terminated January 20, 2004
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2003-4 was Suspended/Terminated January 20, 2004
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2004-1 was Suspended/Terminated January 26, 2005
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2004-2 was Suspended/Terminated January 26, 2005
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2004-3 was Suspended/Terminated January 26, 2005
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2004-4 was Suspended/Terminated January 26, 2005
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2004-5 was Suspended/Terminated January 26, 2005
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2004-6 was Suspended/Terminated January 26, 2005
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2005-1 was Suspended/Terminated January 6, 2006
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2005-2 was Suspended/Terminated January 6, 2006
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2005-WL1 was Suspended/Terminated January 6, 2006
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2005-WL2 was Suspended/Terminated January 6, 2006
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2005-3 was Suspended/Terminated January 6, 2006
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2005-WL3 was Suspended/Terminated January 6, 2006
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2006-WL2 was Suspended/Terminated December 29, 2006
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2006-WL3 was Suspended/Terminated December 29, 2006
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2006-WL1 was Suspended/Terminated December 29, 2006
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2006-1 was Suspended/Terminated December 29, 2006
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2006-2 was Suspended/Terminated December 29, 2006
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2006-3 was Suspended/Terminated December 29, 2006
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2006-A was Suspended/Terminated December 29, 2006
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2006-4 was Suspended/Terminated December 29, 2006
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2006-5 was Suspended/Terminated December 29, 2006
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2006-6 was Suspended/Terminated December 29, 2006
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2006-7 was Suspended/Terminated December 29, 2006
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2006-8 was Suspended/Terminated December 29, 2006
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2006-9 was Suspended/Terminated December 29, 2006
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2006-10 was Suspended/Terminated December 29, 2006
Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust 2006-11 was Suspended/Terminated December 29, 2006

These Trusts, and all of them are classified as REMIC I under the Master Trust and referred to as referred to as “Classification REMIC I”. The pooled loans are classified under a Tiered System and labeled T1-T2-T3 which in turn corresponds to an attached Class of Certificate, or Component offerings. They are one of three REMICS under a Grantor Pass through trust and designed as tax exempt Special Purpose Vehicles per the Polling and Service agreements, REMIC II constitutes the alleged assets of REMIC I. REMIC III constitutes Regular Interests of the assets of REMIC II and is considered the “Master” REMIC. This would be a consumer’s monthly payments to a sub-servicer who in turn passes it through to the Master Servicer of REMIC III who in turn issues dividends and interest payments to the Certificate Holders of the Mortgage Loan Trust Classification REMIC I on behalf of The Mortgage Loan Trust. The pooled loans were based upon the future value (or GFE APR approximate value) meaning they were divested because of the tax exempt status they held. Once collateral is divested there is no collateral. This is why REMIC-1 were set up to be able to acquire "abandoned" property. However under the 1933 HJR ongoing state of emergency the properties almost never left the property of the Social Security Administration only the NAMEsake was swapped out. (AKA human beings). That aside..

The thing with this example is that JP Chase is not listed as the Master Servicer of these REMIC's Long Beach Mortgage Company is, which means there would have recordation upon the SEC as such, these are usually under a 8k update report, to which no notification of such a transfer are evident. Meaning in order for JPMorgan Chase to prove standing of authority to issue this POA they would need to caught up this notification, which again would have had to occurred prior to these 15-D filings to continue the authority as a "holder in due".

Meaning that in order to prove standing of the REMIC they would have to prove the REMIC purchased the asset prior to its termination date, meaning they would have to provide proof the IRS FORM 8594 asset acquisition was properly filed with the IRS and that they property filed a statement as required under treasury regulation 1.856-6 to enact these foreclosures. To date the IRS has not been able to provide the evidence that proper requirements were met under Title 24 Part 27 under Title 24 to which a Delegation order was issued upon these foreclosures, as any foreclosing party must also file a statement Under Treasury Regulation 1.856-6 et seq. and seeing that these are REMICS to which held shares these foreclosing parties would have to further provide a copy of the majority action affidavit holding contact information for cross examination 51% of the shareholders signatures. Since these REMICS are tax exempt SPV this means that WE THE PEOPLE hold the right under 26 U.S. Code § 856 for a copy of the REMIC's tax returns for further inspection and review and a complete list of the intellectual properties contained therein, simply because these REMIC's per the Pooling and Service Agreements, were tax exempt SPV that were never designed to hold the note or the deed. Because they are now being used as foreclosing entities acting as holders in due course, this now calls into question the tax exempt status of the REMIC under IRS Code US 26 section §860D. Meaning under 26 U.S. Code § 4975 these attorneys, and the players assisting in these foreclosures are disqualified parties or persons whom engaged in the embezzlement of an estate that did not qualify as lawful recapture of a mortgage (see IRC 26 US Code Sec 1250 and 1245 recapture rules and disallowance). The implementation of IRS Code 224 would mean there is a 100% Penalty of the entire value of the REMIC will need be imposed upon the federalized banking industry players outlined in REMIC for violations of tax exempt SPV status off the undisclosed partnership arrangement to which in turn the 100% PLUS a 15% penalty on top of this will be the responsibility of these players to repay because according to the code… the private individual whom engaged as a disqualified party to an "unqualified recapture" under an improperly conducted foreclosure is directly responsible for such penalties. This also means we cannot only pull the property address to which were foreclosed upon, we can also pull these "intellectual property master files" to see exactly where these BORROWED monies went.




HSBC BANK USA, NA as TRUSTEE POA For

ACE Series 2003-OP Not Registered
Deutsche Bank ACE 2004-OP1 was Terminated/Suspended 01/21/2005
Structured Asset Securities (SASCO) Series 2004-SC1
ACE Series 2005-SD1
NHELI 2005-HE1
SGMS 2005-OPT1
ACE 2005-SD1
NHELI 2005-HE1
SGMS 2005-OPT1