U.S. judge finds Wells Fargo breached 2010 mortgage settlement

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U.S. judge finds Wells Fargo breached 2010 mortgage settlement

U.S. judge finds Wells Fargo breached 2010 mortgage settlement

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Wells Fargo Bank breached a nationwide 2010 legal settlement involving adjustable-payment mortgages, a federal judge ruled, finding that the bank did not properly evaluate homeowners who applied for help to avoid foreclosures.

In an order on Wednesday, U.S. District Court Judge Richard Seeborg in northern California told Wells to meet with plaintiffs and find a way to remedy its violations, including steps to let some homeowners reapply for loan assistance.

Tom Goyda, spokesman for Wells Fargo, the largest U.S. mortgage lender, said the bank is reviewing the decision and will be working to provide additional information requested.

[REUTERS]

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