NY Attorney General Says Foreclosure Settlement Shouldn't End Individual Investigations

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NY Attorney General Says Foreclosure Settlement Shouldn’t End Individual Investigations

NY Attorney General Says Foreclosure Settlement Shouldn’t End Individual Investigations

Bloomberg

The resolution of a 50-state probe of foreclosure practices shouldn’t block individual states from investigating the mortgage-servicing industry, according to the office of New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.

“Any settlement agreement should preserve the ability of attorneys general to follow the facts where they lead and not be precluded from conducting comprehensive investigations,” Lauren Passalacqua, a Schneiderman spokeswoman, said today in a statement.

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