Jean E. Allan Sovik
In care of: Fritz E. Vorisek
January 25, 2013
Attorney General Michael Delaney
NH Department of Justice
33 Capitol Street
Concord, NH 03301
TDD Access: Relay NH 1-800-735-2964
Dear Attorney General Delaney:
Yesterday, I reviewed a summary of a Press Conference that was delivered on January 23 2013, by Attorney General Conway of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. I have incorporated a few of his comments into this letter. These comments are consistent with certain prior requests that my family has made to your office, and to the US DOJ Criminal Division with respect to the illegal foreclosures of my family’s properties located in New Hampshire, among other criminal matters.
The headline of the news article reads:
"Conway sues firm he says was created to dodge mortgage fees"
Key points made in the article were:
- "A Virginia company created by the mortgage industry violated Kentucky's Consumer Protection Act by failing to disclose when mortgages were sold or transferred from one bank to another, Attorney General Jack Conway claimed in a lawsuit filed Wednesday in Franklin Circuit Court."
- "The 36-page suit alleges that MERSCORP Holdings Inc. and its wholly owned subsidiary, Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Inc., both in Reston, Va., were required to record mortgage assignments in the appropriate county clerk's office…"
- "Conway, in a news conference in his Capitol office, said state law is clear that mortgage assignments must be recorded with county clerks."
- "MERS directly violated that law by creating this system that provides no public record of sales or transactions and deliberately circumvents paying recording fees to states," he said. "The process makes it difficult for consumers to access data to find out who owns their loans, and the Commonwealth is ripped off when it comes to recording fees."
- In a statement, New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman commended Conway for filing the lawsuit. "The banks created this system as an end-run around the public property system and state recording fees," Schneiderman said. "In Kentucky, New York and across the country, these actions have left financially troubled homemakers in the dark about who owns their mortgages, making the difficult process of negotiating a modification or fighting a foreclosure action even harder."
- "Conway joined 48 other state attorneys general in negotiating that settlement. They alleged that the nation's five largest banks had committed fraud during many foreclosure settlements by filing "robo-signed" documents with the courts."
Incorporated into this letter, you will note that I have included two of my family’s prior requests [REQUEST 1 SOURCE] [REQUEST 2 SOURCE] for you to take similar actions against Robin Arkley II’s companies (who were also MERS Members). This current request is now bolstered by the recent actions of Kentucky Attorney General Conway, as cited above. If you wish to refresh your memory as to the other numerous communications my family has had with your office, Google "site:NHJUSTICE.NET attorney general" and this should give you a gist of our many prior filings.
Considering that New Hampshire has a newly elected Governor, perhaps your office will now find the time, and the funds, to investigate my family’s prior complaints; beginning with the most recent September 27, 2009 illegal foreclosure of the property owned by the Jean E. Vorisek Family Trust located a 309 Waukewan Road, Center Harbor, New Hampshire by SN Commercial, a Robin Arkley II company; and, all its compounded issues, to include my illegal eviction; which caused Prosecutor Robert Libby to have me Ordered "not competent"; and, to include my request for a complete review of the High Birches Springs issues; and, Netmark International Inc.’s EASEMENT DEED that is filed in the Grafton County Registry of Deeds.
If you wish to contact me via mail, please use the Frankfort Kentucky address. And, I can always be reached via email.
Jean E. Allan aka Jean E. Allan Sovik
Cc: Governor Maggie Hassan
CC: US DOJ Criminal Division re: (jl300216673) Kurt W. Vorisek
PS: As I was ready to email this letter to you, I located yet another article, which relates to this current request. Again, it must be emphasized that Robo signers, such as Victor Parisi whom we have complained about to you, were not only active in New Hampshire, but nationwide. [SOURCE]