Anyone even peripherally involved in Florida real estate matters must realize that the Florida Courts are engaged by the Banks, perhaps as their direct servants and agents, not merely to enforce but to expedite and simplify mortgage foreclosures and property seizures. The courts and their clerks cut every corner in order to do so. Today I am writing to solicit comments and gather information:
How many of you, out there, believe that the Florida Courts flaunt the automatic stay in Bankruptcy whenever possible by use of maneuvers or devices which are not quite consistent with the letter and spirit of Federal Law? To all who may have such information and care to share, please send me your stories of how the Florida Circuit Courts or District Courts of Appeal have ignored or disregarding notices of filing bankruptcy and what reasons were given?
For example, if a person has an interest in property goes bankrupt, but that person is not the primary target of a mortgage foreclosure suit, is it proper for a State Court to ignore the automatic stay in bankruptcy? Is the automatic stay afforded by Federal Law a substantive due process right in property or is it merely a procedural due process right?
If State Court Judges take action when the automatic stay is in place, and should be applied to protect certain property, are these judges acting in the Complete Absence of Jurisdiction or merely “in excess of their jurisdiction?”
If State Judges authorize takings of property during any pending automatic stay in bankruptcy related to property of a debtor’s estate, have these judges waived all claims to judicial immunity for takings of private property without due process of law? Are the judges then personally liable for violations of civil rights to liberty and property interests?
As I have written so often as to become boring (to some), the credit-financing-mortgage crisis, leading to so many evictions and rental properties filling up, all directly arises from the modern U.S. Government’s/Globalist Banking Economy’s 166 year long crusade to implement world communism (abolition of individual rights in private property, and all other related individual rights, such as “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness”).
Notwithstanding the irony, in some unsophisticated eyes, of international banking being the agents for and providing the means and mechanisms by which international communism matures and manifests itself fully, the government and “government authorized” bankers of our time are absolutely involved in implementing, line-by-line, letter-by-letter, the plan first outlined in the February 1848 Communist Manifesto published that month by Karl Marx and F. Engels in London.