Establishing valid property title matters

Fadili v. Deutsche Bank National Trust (United States First Circuit, 12/01/2014)

In December 2014, the U.S. First Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the lower court’s decision in favor of Defendant Deutsche Bank National Trust. Plaintiff tried to stop foreclosure proceedings on the subject property, alleging that he held valid title to the property and not his daughter. The court ruled in the Bank’s favor stating that the Plaintiff was unable to establish valid title to the subject property. Moreover, the Plaintiff did not have any legal grounds to contest his daughter’s ownership of the property or her mortgage agreement with Deutsche Bank.