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so under the P . S . A . the DEPOSITOR SELLS all 1127 MORTGAGES that is in trust to a buyer that pays the DEPOSITOR A AMOUNT OF 550 MILLIONS DOLLARS FOR THEIR CERTIFICATES , this would be and is intended by the parties to be and has been DOCUMENTED AS A SALE , so i SELL my NOTE , MORTGAGE TO G . M . A . C . , then G . M . A . C . sets up G . M . A . C . M . TRUST than PUTS ALL MORTGAGES to RESIDENTIAL ASSET MORTGAGE , then RESIDENTIAL ASSET MORTGAGE makes a PASS THROUGH CERTIFICATES , THEN SELLS ALL CERTIFICATES TO CITIGROUP GLOBAL MARKETS , INC , SO CITIGROUP pays the DEPOSITOR THE 550 MILLION DOLLARS , AND IS RECORDED AS A TRUE SALE . SO HOW COME JUDGES CANT SEE THAT A TRANSACTION ACCURD