Look, so far you are your own worst enemy --or it seems so..
You apparently signed a document that was inconsistent with the contract in place and you knew darn well it was inconsistent before you signed it or else you get the stupid award.
You probably have telegraphed your intentions to just about everybody that you are looking to hang somebody.
Everybody in sight is digging a legal foxhole , exercising complete memory failure and may have lost a lot of papers they know not where.
Probably would have been easy to get somebody to fix a simple glitch but now that you have turned it into a witch hunt everybody is running for cover
You are lucky you are not in my area--the paper snafu to change a contract of sale to yet another new name but some sort of assignment or outright change could have triggered up to a 4% added tax on the gross value of the deal such is the nature of a transfer tax 2-4% . .
I have no doubt that a lender put the screws to you to clean up some exposures on the lenders side of the equation --but your quest for retaliation seems a bit too clear!