U.S. Bancorp Sues BofA's Countrywide, Claims Mortgage Pool Contract Breach

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U.S. Bancorp Sues BofA’s Countrywide, Claims Mortgage Pool Contract Breach

U.S. Bancorp Sues BofA’s Countrywide, Claims Mortgage Pool Contract Breach

Obviously there aren’t many days when I wake up and think positively about the Countrywide acquisition in 2008,” said Brian Moynihan during a conference call arranged by Fairholme Capital Management, one of the bank’s biggest shareholders. 8/2011

Bloomberg-

U.S. Bancorp asked a New York court to force Bank of America Corp. (BAC)’s Countrywide Financial unit to repurchase more than 4,000 loans in a mortgage pool to repair breaches of contract related to improper underwriting.

U.S. Bancorp, Minnesota’s largest bank, sued Countrywide yesterday in state court in New York, saying the lender agreed when it sold the pool in 2005 that it would repurchase all the loans within 90 days of receiving notice of a material breach. U.S. Bancorp is trustee for HarborView Mortgage Loan Trust 2005- 10, which held the pool. The pool’s original value was $1.75 billion, the bank said in court papers.

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