Bank of America $1.27 billion U.S. mortgage penalty is voided

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Bank of America $1.27 billion U.S. mortgage penalty is voided

Bank of America $1.27 billion U.S. mortgage penalty is voided

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A U.S. appeals court on Monday threw out a jury’s finding that Bank of America Corp was liable for mortgage fraud leading up to the 2008 financial crisis, voiding a $1.27 billion penalty and dealing the U.S. Department of Justice a major setback.

The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York found insufficient proof under federal fraud statutes to establish Bank of America’s liability over a mortgage program called “Hustle” run by the former Countrywide Financial Corp.

The Justice Department claimed Countrywide, which Bank of America bought in July 2008, defrauded government-sponsored mortgage financiers Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac by selling them thousands of toxic loans.
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One Response to “Bank of America $1.27 billion U.S. mortgage penalty is voided”

  1. lynette says:

    The banksters are controlling the courts in the united state folks
    what ashame

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