Fraudulent Statement Exposed
False Facts Misrepresent Default
Notice of Breach a FRAUD!
Statement of Material Fact, Made Knowingly
The Court accepts documents from the county recorder as true in every manner, except for the truth of the statements made on the document. Therefore, the Court accepts as true that the Notice describes the default as stated, but not that the description is true.
Nevada law provides a “material” “misrepresentation” made “knowingly” to be the core elements for finding fraud.
- The fraudulent description,
- made under oath (“knowing”) and
- required by law (“material”);
- proven to “misrepresent“ demand to member;
- irrefutably proves a violation (NRS 205.372).
Board Never Approved Payments Claimed
- July 2014 Notice by Butler claims (5) x $13,580/month payments
- May 2016 Notice by Butler claims (27) x $13,580/month payments.
- The March 2015 Declaration by Estes; claimed (11) x $13,580 in arrears
- The September 2016 Declaration by Estes; claimed (30) x $13,580 arrears
- The August 2017 Declaration by Estes claims just (4) x $13,580.36