Team 10 Investigates woman's claim on San Marcos home

Posted at 5:31 PM, Jul 25, 2017
and last updated 2017-07-25 21:15:25-04

SAN MARCOS, Calif. (KGTV) - A judge ruled Tuesday against a woman who moved into a San Marcos home without permission.

The judge said the bank trustee, not Julie Frisino, had rights to the home.




After the judge made his ruling he noted the property has a long and troubled history.

Court documents showed Frisino moved into the home in March despite a family being under contract to buy the house.

She started living there and filed a legal action against the bank, and what looks like the original owners and others.

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It claims in part, “Prior to 2017, said predecessors in interest, intentionally, willfully and permanently, abandoned their title and possession of subject property by permanently vacating subject premises and relinquishing all rights, title and interest in and to subject property.”

It later states, “Plaintiffs allege that the act of permanent abandonment of subject property by the original owner and the subsequent act of actual physical possession of said premises by plaintiffs, results in a transfer of the ownership interest in, and the title and possession to, subject property to the plaintiffs.”

After Tuesday’s hearing Frisino told Team 10 investigator Adam Racusin she had no comment.

Citi, who services the loan for U.S. Bank, which is the trustee for the mortgage-backed security, also declined comment.