Outgoing Utah A.G. says there’s no linkbetween his support of BofA settlement and his new firm having bank as client

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Outgoing Utah A.G. says there’s no linkbetween his support of BofA settlement and his new firm having bank as client

Outgoing Utah A.G. says there’s no linkbetween his support of BofA settlement and his new firm having bank as client

Someone should do a FOIA on his emails inluding any and all discussions with all the banks.


The Salt Lake Tribune-

Just days before leaving office, Attorney General Mark Shurtleff has reversed the state’s position and personally signed on to a settlement in a foreclosure lawsuit that Bank of America appeared to be losing.

The practical effect of Shurtleff’s move, according to an attorney who filed the lawsuit, is to weaken Utah’s ability to enforce state law. It also weakens the state’s position in other lawsuits challenging foreclosures carried out by ReconTrust Co., Bank of America’s foreclosure arm, Abraham Bates said.

Members of the Attorney General’s Office said Shurtleff’s actions blind-sided them, but they declined to comment publicly. The office had previously successfully intervened in the case as a plaintiff and argued that ReconTrust had violated state law in foreclosing on Utah homeowners Timothy and Jennifer Bell.

[THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE]

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One Response to “Outgoing Utah A.G. says there’s no linkbetween his support of BofA settlement and his new firm having bank as client”

  1. Elaine Wiliams says:

    Bank of UnAmerican Activities is at it again! Ain’t no news here.

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