Friday, July 23, 2010

Detroit Seniors to Keep Home: Moratorium NOW! Built Support for Foreclosure Victims

Detroit Seniors to Keep Home

It appears that we have won a victory in the Morris case. Yesterday,
Vanessa Fluker, the Morris's attorney, was called by the attorney for
Homeq and Barclays. He informed Ms. Fluker that they were adjourning the hearing for a judgment for possession scheduled for Friday, July 23, 2010. In addition, they were proposing a resolution to this case that would allow the Morris's to stay in their home.

Based on this call, people do not need to pack the courtroom on Friday.

We want to thank everyone for the calls and emails to Homeq that
produced this settlement offer. However, as no settlement is final
until it has been reduced to a written agreement, people should stay on the alert.

Let's keep up the struggle to stop foreclosures and evictions and win
the Moratorium that is so desperately needed.

Moratorium Now Coalition

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