Even all 1, 2, and 3 are not true. The corrupt judge can still rule the note and the allonge are valid. In my case,:An allonge is "supposed" to be executed if there is no room on your Note to place an endorsement. They fabricate them all the time.
You can attack it in several ways.
1. Examine the original Note & see if the entire back of the document is blank. If it is, the endorsement should have been placed on the back of the original Note itself.
2. Was the allonge permanently affixed
to the Note????? Sounds silly, but cases have been won with this argument. Do the staple holes match up?
3. Can the person who endorsed the Note by the allonge testify on what date the allonge was executed? (Allonges usually aren't dated).
1. The note still has room on the fron, they stamped the indorsements on the back. Plenty of room, no need for an allong.
2. My allong was created in 2015, white paper contrasted against my old brown note.
3. The person who requested the allong worked for BOfA.
Be prepared to attack the judge and the corrupt system. I will not sell my soul for 400K.