This is good news! We all knew this was going on, but finally the courts are starting to get it. The foreclosure mill "Trustees" are cutting corners, ALWAYS in the banks favor, and running for the foreclosure sale so they can get paid and keep their "Clients" happy.
This has been a long time coming, and the significance of this ruling will become even more apparent in the weeks to come! Stay tuned!
Following our recent decision in Lyons v. U.S. Bank National Ass 'n, 181
Wn.2d 775, 336 P.3d 1142 (2014), we hold that a trustee cannot rely on a beneficiary
declaration containing such ambiguous alternative language. Trujillo therefore
alleged facts sufficient to show that NWTS breached the DT A and also to show that
that breach could support the elements of a Consumer Protection Act (CPA) claim.
Ch. 19.86 RCW. However, her allegations do not support a claim for intentional
infliction of emotional distress or criminal profiteering. We therefore reverse in part
and remand for trial.