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For years Gadens have had the lion's share of the action in the Australian Mortgage Fraud. It is a matter of public record that they have defended the perpetrators of Fraud, orchestrated the bullying and repeated efforts to intimidate blameless and innocent home owners and witnesses to the Court hearings all in the name of "Justice" - and been allowed to get away with it by some of the "bank blinded" Australian judiciary! If you'd like a few samples of Gadens' handiwork on behalf of NAB, Bank West, Ing and others use the BFCSA blog search engine or see austlii.edu.au Gadens aren't the only lawyers willing to do this type of work.  After all this BANK SCAM has been going on for years under the watchful eye of both major Australian Political Parties. All borrowers and BFCSA members should check their documentation and report in with a list of all legal...
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  • doyla66
    doyla66 says #
    Sorry Gaby - I worded that wrong. I was just actually was refering to our case only and the issues that have arose from it. As exp
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    We have now two law firms. (There is five in the group- so have spilt it up). One barrister via one firm use to represent the bank
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    You can add HWL Ebsworth Lawyers and Leonard Legal, both from Melbourne to the list
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    doyla66 says #
    Gadens execs are very short sighted. Once the massive fraud, theft and corruption of Australia's banking sector really hits the fa
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    Ah! but Cooper's Grace and Ward were Hunt and Hunt's franchisee in Brisbane,in 2006 Hunt and Hunt dropped them,one has to wonder w
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Often when you tell people your story and plight with the banks or to the media- they comment - but you signed the papers. My next question to them is - so you think it is okay that fraud has been committed and that the Banks are profiting from it? Are you saying that the banks are above the law and should not be accountable to the rules set by the law of this country.  No matter which way you look at it - a crime has been commited and it needs to be investigated. Isn't that why we have laws for?  Crime is crime. No sugar coating of it or exceptions. When put that way to most people - they understand better and agree - if fraud has been committed - it needs to be investigated. So if you speak to the media - make sure you ask that question. Remain focused...
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    I am interested!
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    Based on what I've read about the other political options this is probably a good time to kick off a new party. Who is the brillia
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    Denise says #
    Hands up those who wish to be part of new party? We have a brilliant leader, an exciting name. I cannot be leader as it would de
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    http://www.bfcsa.com.au/index.php/entry/bfcsa-demands-to-federal-government
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    We should call for a Suspension of Normal Business in the House, and possibly a joint sitting to attend to the crime and corruptio
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  by Barry Ritholtz, Columnist, Washington Post Published: February 26, 2012 After many months of wrangling, a foreclosure settlement has been reached between 49 state attorneys general and a consortium of banks.  It is an epic failure of law and a triumph for bank attorneys. It will accomplish little of value, as I’ll explain. First, let’s recall what the “robosigning” foreclosure scandal was all about. Foreclosure is an extremely serious issue in American jurisprudence. As a nation of laws with strong respect for property rights, we have always treated this process appropriately. After all, having a sheriff forcibly evict a family that typically made a down payment, moved into a home, lived there for some years, made payments, etc., is disruptive — for the family, the lender and the neighborhood. Foreclosure laws vary from state to state. However, all are specific and precise as to the legal steps that must be...
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  AAP August 25, 2012 1:22PM THE chair of a parliamentary committee says the bribery scandals at the Reserve Bank's two banknote-making companies could prompt the government to establish an anti-corruption body for federal agencies. Allegations were raised again in the past week about the bank's wholly owned subsidiaries Note Printing Australia and the part-owned Securency, where staff bribed foreign officials to gain contracts. Labor MP Melissa Parke, chairwoman of the joint Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity committee, said the government should canvass the option of creating a national anti-corruption body for commonwealth agencies. "The recent revelations concerning the RBA have laid bare the gaping hole in the oversight of the commonwealth public sector," Ms Parke told ABC radio on Saturday. RBA governor Glenn Stevens told a parliamentary economics committee on Friday that there had been "no cover-up". In a prepared statement, Mr Stevens defended the central bank's dealings on the issue,...
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  • doyla66
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    Thanks to all for understanding on where I was going with my blog. I send lots stuff to the Herald and other papers. But so far no
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    I agree with you, Blackedout. Human beings have taken a back seat to fish and trees. Time we spoke out and suggested that they got
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    I have email Melissa Parke on the low doc con. Her response was that she didn't feel there was systematic problems in the banking
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    I read that about the trawler & protest in Fremantle Herald today. Given that it has been known about since 2008, you have to ques
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    Yes - really good idea Similar observation ... pollies looking for a safe pre-election cause to define their relevance? ... or l
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