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Another Rooker-Feldman Knockout: Federal Court Ends Post-Foreclosure Lawsuit

Coe v. Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, 2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 71912 (S.D. Ind. 2013) (.pdf) is the basis for my third post on the Rooker-Feldman doctrine.  For more on the doctrine, and the other two opinions addressing it, click on:  (1) Rooker-Feldman Doctrine:  Dismissing A Borrower’s Post-Foreclosure Federal Court Case and (2) Borrower’s Federal Court Claims, Following State Court Foreclosure, Dismissed.  Essentially, if a borrower's subsequent federal court action is "tantamount to a request to vacate the state court's judgment of foreclosure," then, as in Coe, the federal courts will bring a swift end to the borrower's case.