FUSCO v. AUSTIN
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#1 Apr 12, 2013
I have paid the entire mortgage, for my share and for the plaintiffs shares cost of taxes as well as mine, his cost of homeowners association fees as well as mine , his cost of homeowners insurances, hurricane insurance and now flood insurance for the last 55 months. That's since October 2008, when the plaintiff suddenly just stopped paying any or all of his lawful 30 year mortgage and all associated costs of his share of home ownership.
This plaintiff also unmorally and unknowingly took out a second mortgage on this property using the home as collateral for 108,000.000 dollars for his own personal use and has personal credit liens against the home for 32,000.00 dollars since he abandoned the property as he has not paid his personal credit lines on cards., with accrued interest since 2010.
The court ruling- uphold the plaintiffs partition action court ordered auction is UNMORAL, AND TOTALLY RECKLESS AS THE DEFENDANT HAS PAID ALL THE PLAINTIFFS COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE PROPERTY FOR 4 AND A HALF YEARS IN ORDER TO KEEP HER HOME AS HERS AND NOT ALLOW IT TO GO INTO A FORECLOSURE SITUATION,-as it would have once the plaintiff abandoned the home and withheld any and all payments since Oct 2008-that he is legally responsible for.
The defendant has since paid in full the entire first mortgage co-shared 50-50 with this plaintiff over the last 5 years and has fulfilled all payments on the 30 year mortgage for plaintiff Dean and herself , the home is paid for in FULL now by the defendant as well as all taxes , insurances, assoc. fees and maintenance costs . The judgement is reckless and UNFAIR to the defendant.
I,the defendant clearly saved the home by paying all plaintiffs cost since October 2008 ,and maintaining home in hopes that the CT. court system would uphold FAIRNESS AND JUSTICE FOR ALL< as the law system is supposed to do.
The courts determination here is unfair and unjust to me the defendant and I will loose my HOME of 30 years, all my credit and all my asset in an unfair and unjust forced public auction, thru the defendants partition action.
I would only hope the courts would have taken all the unpaid unlawful actions taken by the plaintiff unknowingly by the defendant into consideration- and since defendant was forced with no pre- warning she would have to pay all of her real estate partners lawful share of the homes expenses home ownership for 55 months and that plaintiff also abused defendants power of attorney and also used her credit and has had 32,000.000 dollars in addition to a second mortgage loan of 108,000.00 dollars liens against the co-shared property all defaults on the one plaintiffs part - that the court would serve defendant justice and fairness by allowing her the RIGHT to buy out the plaintiffs share at fair market value.,(determined by the court and by this Plaintiffs own personal appraiser.)
I have offered fair market value and now over fair market value, the plaintiff will not agree to the amount determined by the court and the court has not enforced him to.
There is no justice in this court determination ruling, no morality and certainly does not promote the best interest to all parties as the court is supposed to do.
If anyone out there reading this can help and assist in any way to right this wrong I would certainly appreciate it.
I, the defendant have done no wrong and am being served a lifetime of injustice in this courts determination of a public auction.
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