Sunday, January 23, 2011

Dueling locksmiths: Lawyer advises foreclosed clients to become squatters

Lawyer advises foreclosed clients to break back into their homes

The 58-year-old attorney admits to breaking into homes at least half a dozen times, including one before with the Earls, leaving the clients to squat in their homes while he defends their legal right to possession. His unconventional methods have gotten him fined by a judge in San Diego, arrested in Newport Beach and threatened with contempt — and jail — in Ventura.
Wonder if we'll see this resistance tactic spread to HOA foreclosures?

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