16 Types of Toxic Documents which Impewde Foreclosure

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A great deal of media attention has been given to "Robo-signing" where a person improperly signs a document filed in court including forging a notarization or authenticating a debt by affidavit where the affiant has no knowledge of the finacial records. This is only the tip of an iceberg. Securitization of mortgages has created many other types of documentary defects just waiting to capture media attention. These defects may render mortgages unenforceable and create massive liabilities for the parties involved.

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