Maine Supreme Judicial Court upholds ruling in robo-signing foreclosure

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Maine Supreme Judicial Court upholds ruling in robo-signing foreclosure

Maine Supreme Judicial Court upholds ruling in robo-signing foreclosure

A Denmark woman whose case touched off a national uproar over foreclosures with faulty paperwork may finally lose her home.

KJOnline-

By a 5-1 decision released this morning, the Maine Supreme Judicial Court upheld a lower court ruling that allowed loan servicer GMAC Mortgage, despite admittedly flawed practices involved in affadavit signing, to foreclose upon a home in Denmark purchased in 2003 by Nicolle M. Bradbury.

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One Response to “Maine Supreme Judicial Court upholds ruling in robo-signing foreclosure”

  1. Eugene Villarreal says:

    It’s not over. Flawed practices is not the same as fraudulent practices.

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