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Wells Fargo Bank seeks reformation of deed of trust on Oceana property

By Louie Torres | Oct 16, 2017

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PINEVILLE – A financial institution is seeking the court's assistance with regards to an Oceana property.

Wells Fargo Bank NA filed a complaint Sept. 14 in Wyoming Circuit Court against Michael Mullens; Lisa Mullens; Bank of America, N.A., successor by merger by Countrywide Home Loans Inc.; Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Inc.; and United States Department of Agriculture seeking a reformation of a deed of trust.

According to the complaint, Michael Mullins executed a note for $95,198 in 2008 and executed a deed of trust to secure repayment. The plaintiff alleges that Lisa Mullens received benefits of the loan but refuses to execute and deliver an addendum to the Wells Fargo Trust in the plaintiff's favor.

The plaintiff seeks an order the expunging as a lien and quieting as a cloud upon the title the lien of the recorded second Rural Housing Service Trust, order finding that the unreleased lien of the second Countrywide trust is of no effect in the light of the payment, and any further relief the court grants. 

It is represented by Stephen L. Thompson of Stephen L. Thompson Esq. in Charleston. The case has been assigned to Circuit Judge Warren R. McGraw.

Wyoming Circuit Court case number 17-C-125

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