AZ Court of Appeals Decision: Steinberger v. Hon. McVey

I am so excited to share this BIG news, a stunning legal victory for Arizona homeowners from the Arizona Court of Appeals. The case is Steinberger v. McVey ex rel County of Maricopa, Case No. CA-SA12-0087.

I am really excited about this decision, because I audited Ms. Steinberger’s loan documents!

The dust is still settling over this decision, but the main takeaway for now is that a borrower can state a claim for void foreclosure documents, for negligent performance of an undertaking on botched loan modification efforts, and for breach of contract.

Congrats to Barbara Forde and Ms. Steinberger!

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