Assuming the chain of title to the mortgage had been registered, would it have gone OC--Countrywide--BoA?
And, based on what you wrote in your OP, the assignment shows OC--BoA?
What does that say to you?
Seems pretty attackable to me.
Seems pretty illegal, FWIW.
What are the dates on the newly minted assignment?
Did you save the paperwork you received back in 2004, when Countrywide bought your mortgage? Or when it went from Countrywide to BoA?
Any documentation that you have to prove that the assignment is fraudulent would be helpful.
I believe that someone in another thread talked about starting their very own class action suit against a bank in a somewhat similar situation. If this were
my issue, I'd find everything I could that I had for documentation (payments to the OC, to Countrywide, papers noting the changes in mortgagees, etc, and
take myself to a real estate attorney who likes the idea of representing a class who BoA is trying to defraud.