Six Mass. banks fight foreclosure ordinances

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Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. on the loan in 2009. The bank then attempted to foreclose on Obduskey for six years, to no avail. Finally, in 2015, Wells Fargo retained a law firm – McCarthy & Holthus -.

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"This is a serious problem in Woodbury, and we’re trying to hold people accountable," said councilman dave swanson, after the ordinance was introduced during last Tuesday’s city council meeting. "This.

BOSTON (AP) – A federal judge heard arguments Wednesday in a lawsuit by six banks seeking to overturn two anti-foreclosure ordinances in Springfield, Mass. U.S. District Judge. people stay in their.

BOSTON – Judges on the U.S. Court of Appeals on Monday aired a lawsuit by six banks in western massachusetts. provision in one of the ordinances that would require banks to post a bond of $10,000.

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) — A federal judge on Tuesday upheld two springfield anti-foreclosure ordinances, ruling against six banks that sought to overturn the regulations. U.S. District Judge.

The fight. ordinance requiring them to register, and pay fees on, vacant foreclosed properties. So there’s clearly a chance that the Massachusetts law might fall to the same arguments about federal.

 · The report noted that from 2005 to 2009, the city experienced 67,000 bank foreclosures, more than 20 percent of all household mortgages. In addition, there were 4,000 tax foreclosures in the first six months of 2008. The study noted that two-thirds of foreclosed properties were now vacant.

Stop Foreclosure & Mortgage Fraud Fast, Sue the Banks & Make Money Helping Others Do the Same Ohio ranks near top for underwater mortgages – foreclosures. fight. kline heads cleveland jobs with Justice, a coalition of labor, faith and community organizations. The group belongs to ESOP, which Kline helped persuade to lobby for mass.