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Freddie Mac's loan review process criticized

Published: Monday, 05 December 2011
Written by Administrator

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Freddie Mac's loan review process is criticized in watchdog report.

WASHINGTON (CNNMoney) -- The federal government's mortgage finance regulatory agency did a poor job of making sure taxpayers got top dollar in selling $2.87 billion in bad mortgages back to Bank of America last year, an inspector general's report said Tuesday.

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QUIET-TITLE ORDER VOIDING DEED OF TRUST BY DEFAULT

Published: Thursday, 01 December 2011
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BRYLLAW LITIGATION:First Quiet-Title Order in Virginia Voiding Deed of Trust (by default)

On November 21, 2011, a Northern Virginia Circuit Court entered an order granting plaintiff homeowner a default judgment in a quiet title action, voiding the deed of trust.

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CA AG Harris (and others): Where Are the Search Warrants

Published: Friday, 02 December 2011
Written by Abigail Caplovitz Field

CA AG Harris (and others): Where Are the Search Warrants?

At Naked Capitalism Michael Olenick detailed how easy it is to spot the industrialization of document creation and execution–really, evidence manufacture–by looking at where people signing the documents are. Based on his analysis of Palm Beach County records, there's factory floors in:

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Drop in Florida Foreclosures - is it temporary?

Published: Sunday, 27 November 2011
Written by By Peter Franceschina, Sun Sentinel

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Florida foreclosure cases slow dramatically in court system — but it's only temporary

The number of foreclosure cases introduced and cleared in Florida courts fell sharply in the last three months of 2010, with banks pulling back from vigorously pursuing thousands of cases as reports of problems with legal paperwork mounted, new state figures show.

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