US District Court case 2:2011 CV-00136  This is BofA’s request for a “Joint Notice by Defendants of Removal of Action to Federal Court”.  As part of this filing, the documents from the original Nevada 5th Judicial District case CV 31506 were attached:

Original Filing.

Order to Show Cause.

Amended Complaint.  The paper trail is all here.

2nd Amended Complaint.

Emergency Motion for Restraining Order.

Temporary Restraining Order.  This is the big one. 

Notice of Entry of Order to BofA.

Civil Cover Sheet.

Here is a quick summary of the action on the subject property, 220 E. Bronco in Pahrump, APN 40-111-11:

–  4/9/2004 – Purchased for $184,900.  First loan of $175,655 at 7.150$ 2/28, LIBOR + 5.25%, classic subprime.

–  9/8/2004 – HELOC for $18,000.

–  9/30/2004 – Second HELOC for 68,470.  Unusual, but both HELOCs are eventually reconveyed.

–  6/13/2006 – Private Promissory Note for $46,000.

–  6/16/2006 – Refi for $273,000, 30 year fixed, but $46K promissory note is still intact.

–  9/13/2010 – NOD filed for missed 12/1/2009 payment.

–  11/22/2010 – IRS Lien filed for tax year 2008, $5950.

In the middle of all this, the plaintiff bought another property, 5620 Mary Lou, also in Pahrump:

–  2/29/2007 – Purchased for $324,900 with a 30 year fixed for $308,650.

–  1/15/2009 – NOD filed for missed 8/1/2008 payment.

–  4/16/2009 – NOS filed with $331.916 owing.

–  9/29/2009 – NOS refiled with $345,587 owing.

–  1/14/2010 – TD for $280K back to the bank with $354,780 owing.

–  5/3/30 – Property resold for $134,000.

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