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Volume 2014 - Number 14

July 4, 2014

Few Laws Address Servicer-Affiliate Relationships

Among the myriad of servicing concerns raised by the New York Department of Financial Services in recent months are the relationships between nonbank special servicers and their affiliates. Industry lawyers suggest that few laws specifically address the issue, though the area could see increased regulation and enforcement. In April, Ben Lawsky, superintendent of the NYDFS, expanded his probe of Ocwen Financial to include sales of real estate owned properties ...

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