Court decisions set up legal foreclosure showdown in Utah

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Court decisions set up legal foreclosure showdown in Utah

Court decisions set up legal foreclosure showdown in Utah

Homeowners » Rulings raise questions about which state laws govern in Utah.


The Salt Lake Tribune-

A federal appeals court decision could mean a lawsuit based on a key provision of Utah’s foreclosure laws will be sent back to state courts, which are now under the sway of a recent Utah Supreme Court decision that went strongly against the largest foreclosure entity in this state, Bank of America.

At issue are rulings by several federal judges in Utah that Texas laws govern foreclosures in this state when they are carried out by ReconTrust Inc., the Texas-based foreclosure arm of Bank of America. If eventually found to have violated Utah laws in carrying out tens of thousands of foreclosures, Bank of America could face thousands of damage claims by homeowners.

[THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE]

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