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July 1, 2014

CFPB Should Make ‘Right to Cure’ Easier for Assignees

By Thomas Ressler

For such assignees, the bureau would select one of the following alternative periods for the right to cure: 270 days after loan delivery, or 120 days after such assignee’s discovery of non-compliance.

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