07-07-06 Samaan v Zernik (SC087400) Countrywide: Ex parte application for a Protection/Gag Order s

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July 6, 2007 Ex Parte application by Bryan Cave, LLP, on behalf of Countrywide, self designated as "Non-Party", while the court designated it "Plaintiff", in a dark courtroom,"off the record", " off the calendar" was the beginning of a 2.5 years of false appearances, in what was a repeat with extremes of the false Outside Counsel with "no communications with client" clause, a scheme which was a Countrywide routine. It was rebuked by March 2008 by Judge Jeff Bohm, Houston, Texas, Case of borrower Parsley (05-90374), Dkt #248. Regardless - it continues to this date (January 2010) by Bank of America Home Loan (Countrywide) in Samaan v Zernik.The July 6, 2007 Countrywide’s Ex Parte Application for Protective Order sought to prohibit Defendant from any communications with persons “associated” with Countrywide and its then Chief Legal Counsel SANDOR SAMUELS. Conduct of Defendant, which was listed in the Application as justification for the request for “Protective Order”, included, but was not limited to Defendant’s communications with a retired Judge, with a rabbi – in his Chambers, and with a Senior Countrywide Underwriter, who had been dismissed a couple of years earlier from her job. The record of the Countrywide July 6, 2007 Application was later eliminated from the paper court file records under the caption of Samaan v Zernik.

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July 6, 2007 Ex Parte application by Bryan Cave, LLP, on behalf of Countrywide, self designated as "Non-Party", while the court designated it "Plaintiff", in a dark courtroom,"off the record", " off the calendar" was the beginning of a 2.5 years of false appearances, in what was a repeat with extremes of the false Outside Counsel with "no communications with client" clause, a scheme which was a Countrywide routine. It was rebuked by March 2008 by Judge Jeff Bohm, Houston, Texas, Case of borrower Parsley (05-90374), Dkt #248. Regardless - it continues to this date (January 2010) by Bank of America Home Loan (Countrywide) in Samaan v Zernik.
The July 6, 2007 Countrywide’s Ex Parte Application for Protective Order sought to prohibit Defendant from any communications with persons “associated” with Countrywide and its then Chief Legal Counsel SANDOR SAMUELS. Conduct of Defendant, which was listed in the Application as justification for the request for “Protective Order”, included, but was not limited to Defendant’s communications with a retired Judge, with a rabbi – in his Chambers, and with a Senior Countrywide Underwriter, who had been dismissed a couple of years earlier from her job. The record of the Countrywide July 6, 2007 Application was later eliminated from the paper court file records under the caption of Samaan v Zernik.

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