Hawaii Foreclosure fight, potential class action lawsuit?

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Hawaii Foreclosure fight, potential class action lawsuit?

Hawaii Foreclosure fight, potential class action lawsuit?

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Everybody knows the rules, skip your mortgage and you could face foreclosure. But what about when the banks themselves are accused of skipping some of their duties?

Thousands of people are thought to be potentially affected by banking practices that appear headed toward class action lawsuits in Hawaii.

A recently settled case could influence the outcome.

A widow, Margery Kekauoha-Alisa, has ended a years-long foreclosure battle that led to bankruptcy. She thought the Hawaii Belt Road home she had owned on the Big Island with her now deceased husband was gone.

The case record shows they had missed their mortgage eight times. The bank had to foreclose.

That was 2005, and she wasn’t alone. Banks were taking homes en masse.

[KHON2]

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One Response to “Hawaii Foreclosure fight, potential class action lawsuit?”

  1. Sarah says:

    “Everybody knows the rules, get a liars loan that you are sure to default on, and you could face foreclosure” There, fixed it.

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