TARP protects Tax Payers not Homeowners

See Section 106. Rights; Management; Sale of Troubled Assets; Revenues and Sale Proceeds.

The concern is raised for Res Judicatta in the conflict for which a matter is already adjudged under the powers granted the Secretary of the Treasury

Needless to say the 2008 passage of the act provides unheralded powers under the office of the secretary that cause, amongst other things, the courts to become crippled and certainly impaired to decide these matters of title holder’s rights and lawful foreclosures.

In the first of several controversies is a constitutional challenge for granting the powers made available to the US government whereby the office of the secretary is not compelled or required in any manner or form to file, enter claims, or allow for public view a sealed In Rem judgment order.



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