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Volume 2014 - Number 45

November 26, 2014

Large Servicers Oppose Latest Proposal to Draft Overlay of State Laws for Foreclosures

The Uniform Law Commission’s latest proposal for a model state act that would regulate foreclosure practices as part of an overlay on current state laws is deeply flawed, according to large servicers represented by the Consumer Mortgage Coalition. In a comment letter submitted to the ULC’s Home Foreclosure Procedures Act Committee last week, Anne Canfield, executive director of the CMC, said the draft HFPA could prompt foreclosure delays and would create new assignee liability. The ULC’s committee on the proposed foreclosure law has been working...

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