Comment: If only this were the case

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If only this were the case

The bank brought nothing of value into this transaction. The created the money out of this air using the note the borrower received.

If the bank provided nothing of value, why do they have the right to forclose. The bank also sold the note, so again they should have no rights to enforce the contract.