Professor Alberto Bernabe - The University of Illinois-Chicago School of Law
Thursday, October 21, 2010
N.Y. Courts to Require Attorneys to Verify Foreclosure Papers
Law.com is reporting that "[a]mid mounting national concern over the accuracy of court documents in foreclosure cases, New York state's court system has directed lenders' lawyers to file an affirmation that they have taken reasonable steps to verify the accuracy of papers they file to support residential foreclosures. The court system's affirmation form notes that foreclosure filings in various U.S. courts have been subject to such defects as failure to review documents and establish standings, bogus affidavits and the "robo-signing" of documents." Go here to read the full story.
Posted by Professor Alberto Bernabe at 4:42 PM
Labels: Competence, Fees, How not to practice law
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