Fifth Circuit gives servicers green light to foreclose without note

Fifth Circuit gives servicers green light to foreclose without note

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Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals gave servicers foreclosing in Texas the green light to proceed with a foreclosure even when the servicer lacks possession of the note. In a case called, Martins v. Bac Home Loan Servicing , the Fifth Circuit interpreted Texas law as granting servicers a right to foreclose without the note as long as they have a.

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Cocaine Cowboys Reloaded Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals gave servicers foreclosing in Texas the green light to proceed with a foreclosure even when the servicer lacks possession of the note. In a case called, Martins v. Bac Home Loan Servicing , the Fifth Circuit interpreted Texas law as granting servicers a right to foreclose without the note as long as they have a.

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