Volume 25 - Number 22
October 27, 2014
CFPB Needs to Address ‘Rolling Delinquencies,’ ABA Survey Says
The CFPB needs to provide additional clarity on how a “rolling delinquency” triggers the 120-day delinquency period required before a mortgage servicer can begin foreclosure under the bureau’s mortgage servicing rule, the American Bankers Association said. A rolling delinquency occurs when a delinquent borrower resumes making some payments but never becomes current on the loan. In a letter to the CFPB last week, the ABA noted that in responding to inquiries as to how banks should apply the 120-day rule in rolling delinquency situations, the CFPB has informally recommended that servicers look to common interpretations of “delinquency,” which may be found in best practices, industry standards, state law and contract law. “Because borrowers have a private right of action to ...
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