A “forensic audit” of the chain of title of my mortgage states the terms of a Pooling and Servicing Agreement has been violated. Is this grounds to defend against a pending foreclosure?

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If you have ordered or received a "forensic audit" related to your mortgage, or if you believe that the terms of a Pooling & Servicing Agreement (PSA) has been violated and want to raise issue, or you want to challenge a pending foreclosure on this or a related basis, you will want to read this post!

Contact: George E. Bourguignon, Jr., Esq.

Phone: (508) 769-1359 or (413) 746-8008

Website: http://www.bourguignonlaw.com

Email: gbourguignon@bourguignonlaw.com

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