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    Tim Darnell / Catherine Starnater Darnell Sued for Delinquent Property Tax Again!!!

    Case Number 366-04570-2011
    Date Filed: 11/02/2011
    Case Type: CV - Tax Cases - District
    Status: Pending
    Style: Allen Isd, City Of Allen, Collin County, Collin County Ccd vs. Timothy S Darnell, Catherine Darnell, Nationstar Mortgage LLC, Compass Bank
    JudicialOfficer: Wheless, Ray in 366th District Court
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    Defendant Compass Bank Pro Se
    Defendant Darnell, Catherine Pro Se
    Defendant Darnell, Timothy S Pro Se
    Defendant Nationstar Mortgage LLC Pro Se
    Plaintiff Allen Isd David B. McCall, III
    Plaintiff City Of Allen David B. McCall, III
    Plaintiff Collin County David B. McCall, III
    Plaintiff Collin County Ccd David B. McCall, III


    Case Events
    11/02/2011 Tax Original Petition - OCA $100.00
    11/02/2011 Request for Citation $8.00 x 2
    11/02/2011 Constable Service Fee #3, $55.00 x 2
    11/02/2011 Request for Citation by Certified Mail $63.00 x 2

    Financial Summary
    Plaintiff
    Charges : $352.00
    Payments: $0.00
    Balance : $352.00

    Darnell Property Tax 2011.pdf

    Next maybe the IRS will finally garnish Cathy's $70,000.00 a year salary for that $97,265.17 tax lien and her own $8,000.00 tax lien! Now, they may understand the pain they caused with their many scams--- hunger, foreclosure, drowning in credit card debt, homelessness, retirement funds blown and so much more. The wheels of justice are turning!!!



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    Re: Tim Darnell / Catherine Starnater Darnell Sued for Delinquent Property Tax Again!!!

    Not sure about TX, but the state I am in will foreclose upon the tax lien reaching three years from the date of first delinquency. Anybody want to buy Darnell's digs at a tax sale?
    It seems like in this "industry" common sense is not all that common!

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    Re: Tim Darnell / Catherine Starnater Darnell Sued for Delinquent Property Tax Again!!!

    My understanding is the tax suit will leave him with basically two options. He can pay in full (try to whip out one of his credit cards, I imagine), or he will be given monthly payments for 36 months for the back taxes and must stay current on the yearly taxes as they come due. If he cannot do that the taxing districts can foreclose on the lien and bye, bye castle Darnell!


    Sec. 33.02. Installment Payment of Delinquent Taxes.

    (a) The collector for a taxing unit may enter an agreement with a person delinquent in the payment of the tax for payment of the tax, penalties, and interest in installments. The agreement must be in writing and may not extend for a period of more than 36 months.
    (b) Interest and a penalty accrue as provided by Subsections (a) and (c) of Section 33.01 on the unpaid balance during the period of the agreement.
    (c) A property owner's execution of an installment agreement under this section is an irrevocable admission of liability for all taxes, penalties, and interest that are subject to the agreement.
    (d) Property may not be seized and sold and a suit may not be filed to collect a delinquent tax subject to an installment agreement unless the property owner:
    (1) fails to make a payment as required by the agreement;
    (2) fails to pay other property taxes collected by the unit when due as required by the collector; or
    (3) breaches any other condition of the agreement.
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    There is an interesting new name on this original court filing. Nationstar Mortgage was not listed in the last tax suit from January 2009. In that month Tim Darnell was deposed by my attorneys and he said his house payment was $2,200 a month and did not include his property tax. It appears NationStar is not verifying their applicants. How do folks that are jointly named in a $97,265.17 IRS tax lien filed this January of 2011 with 2 additional $8,000.00 tax liens, delinquent property tax, two business bankruptcies and various lawsuits get more credit??? What did they say on the loan application? The Department of Justice attorney and I were wondering what exactly Jack Weinzierl put on the loan applications for his 1.23 million dollar castle purchased in June 2007. He quit paying a year later and when it was foreclosed in 2009 the banks faced losses totaling around $600,000.00.

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    It looks to me like the millionaire account is quite empty and he is drowning himself in debt. Has he now taken out thousands of dollars in a home equity loan in his current financial mess? Remember all the stories he told in 2005 of having $200,000.00 in credit card debt, borrowing toilet paper and body wash from the neighbors and all that jazz. Looks like he is right back in that mess again. He has mentored himself into financial ruin. So much for his Advantage Conferences learn to think like a millionaire hooey!



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    Re: Tim Darnell / Catherine Starnater Darnell Sued for Delinquent Property Tax Again!!!

    The loan papers filed with Collin County are quite interesting. What did Tim Darnell say on his loan application? He had refused to pay taxes from 1999-2005. He sent Affidavits instead of returns. How did he get a loan under those circumstances?

    The loan papers say that any false or misleading statement on the application puts the owner in automatic default. Any delinquency on the taxes due or homeowner's insurance puts the owner in automatic default. An owner with an IRS tax lien is also in automatic default. Tim Darnell has had tax liens and delinquent property tax for years.

    I would bet Compass bank is now going to end this circus side show and foreclose. There is no way he can pay off those liens, catch up on the property tax and make the regular payments. At any moment the IRS may garnish his wife, the only wage earner, and her $70,000.00 a year salary could effectively be cut in half. Scamming sure paid off for the Darnells!

    Timothy S. Darnell Homestead Lien Contract and Deed of Trust Compass Bank.pdf

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    Re: Tim Darnell / Catherine Starnater Darnell Sued for Delinquent Property Tax Again!!!

    Nationstar Mortgage has tons of complaints online. They have been accused of falsifying documents, altering documents, making multiple misrepresentations on the phone and refusing to put things in writing and have a penchant for foreclosing without making any effort to work with the borrower. They are known to push foreclosures in a fast and furious manner.

    Darnell already had to worry about the IRS tax liens putting his home in danger and resulting in his wife getting garnished. His delinquent home taxes were putting him at risk of foreclosure as well. Hilariously, it appears the greatest risk to his home might be Nationstar Mortgage. Their reputation is beyond abominable. Getting tangled upt with them was an incredibly risky move. And according to the IRS, that $97,265.17 tax line should have prevented the home being refinanced. So, just what is the story with Nationstar???

    IRS says:
    What if there is a federal tax lien on my home?
    If there is a federal tax lien on your home, you must satisfy the lien before you can sell or refinance your home.

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