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May

Elderly Encino Couple Victims of Quit-Claim and Title Fraud

Here is a tale of real estate fraud that occurred in Los Angeles:

Leonard and Elaine Skaist are in their 70s and live in Encino in a home that is paid off. In 2007, to their horror, they discovered that title documents filed with the County Recorder indicated that they had quit-claimed their home to Hamid Reisi. Further, a man named Gene Spector used the forged deed of trust to obtain a $300,000 loan against the home.

The Skaists hired an attorney to help them get their home back. Reisi denies that he filed the documents (title fraud) and quit-claimed the property back to the couple. The Skaists took both Hamid Reisi and Gene Spector to court and obtained a $120,000 judgment against them.

Read the original article in KTLA.com.

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