Court throws out Iraq vet's foreclosure after bank missed deadline

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Court throws out Iraq vet’s foreclosure after bank missed deadline

Court throws out Iraq vet’s foreclosure after bank missed deadline

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A Central Islip military veteran and his wife won their 12-year battle to save their home when the appellate division of the state Supreme Court threw out the foreclosure case against them.

Christopher and Barbara Joseph can keep their home “free and clear” of its mortgage now that a four-judge appellate panel ruled in their favor, said Ivan Young, the Josephs’ attorney. The judges unanimously overturned a lower court’s decision on Thursday, finding that their lender, U.S. Bank National Association, missed the state’s six-year deadline to file its second foreclosure lawsuit, court papers show.

“It’s a big weight off my shoulders, a big relief,” Christopher, 55, said in a telephone interview from his home. “It’s taken a lot of stress and pressure off us.”

[NEWS DAY]

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