A jury in Alameda Superior Court awarded a mortgage loan investor the damages it sought under two different theories raised in a cross-complaint after the former borrower wrongfully continued to possess the property and defy the eviction process for years after the lawful foreclosure was completed. Earlier, on successful demurrers and a motion for summary adjudication, the court dismissed numerous different legal theories advanced by the former borrower in his complaint against the loan investor and the mortgage loan servicer, leaving only two remaining claims which the former borrower dismissed on the eve of the jury trial after successful trial motion practice.