U.S. Bank, National Assn. v. Nelson — AC38638

The self-represented defendant Moses Nelson appeals from the denial of his motion to dismiss the underlying strict foreclosure judgment rendered by the trial court in favor of the plaintiff, U.S. Bank, National Association, as Trustee for Bank of America Funding Corporation 2007-1. On appeal, the defendant makes a variety of claims challenging the court’s rulings on his motion to open the judgment of strict foreclosure and motion to dismiss the underlying strict foreclosure action.

“After reviewing and considering the record in this case, the briefs and the arguments of the parties on appeal, we conclude that the court properly denied the defendant’s motion to open because once the law day passed the title of the property vested in the plaintiff and not the defendant….”


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