Michigan, Eaton and Clinton Counties also reported questionable documents

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Michigan, Eaton and Clinton Counties also reported questionable documents

Michigan, Eaton and Clinton Counties also reported questionable documents

LSJ.com

Ingham County Registrar of Deeds Curtis Hertel Jr. said last week that he had found at least 60 instances of such fraudulent documents in his office – documents presented by mortgage lenders as part of the foreclosure process.

He is not alone. Eaton and Clinton counties also reported questionable documents, and Oakland County Registrar of Deeds Bill Bullard wrote to Schuette about the problem earlier this week.


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