Being foreclosed on? No worries if you follow the example of Jerome Daly, a lawyer and political activist of sorts, who successfully had his mortgage declared null and void.
In order for a mortgage agreement to be legal, the bank must put up legal 'consideration'. That's a fancy lawyer word for 'money' or some such other tangible asset. The Federal Reserve System creates money for lending as bookkeeping entries and as such, the bank fails to provide any real consideration in the contract. As a result, the whole thing is null and void and you can't be foreclosed upon.
Don't believe me? Read it for yourself here:
This decision has never been overturned and Daly was able to keep his house.