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Georgia Amends Mortgage Loan Origination, Licensing Regulations

Recently, Georgia amended certain regulations related to mortgage loan originations, originators, and brokers. Effective November 29, 2013, borrowers are required to pay to the Department of Banking a $10 per loan fee if a...more

Legal Alert: Holder of Deed Need Not Be Holder of Note to Foreclose, Georgia Supreme Court Rules

The Georgia Supreme Court held this week that the holder of a security deed need not also hold the underlying note to exercise the power of sale in accordance with the terms of the security deed. You v. JP Morgan Chase Bank,...more

Georgia's Long-Awaited Ruling Finds in Favor of Lenders

Today, the Georgia Supreme Court, in You v. JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A. et al., S13Q0040, held that the assignee of a security deed can conduct a non-judicial foreclosure sale without holding or owning the underlying...more

Important Update on Georgia Foreclosures

Last year, we alerted to you to a ruling by the Georgia Court of Appeals that altered the notice requirements for non-judicial foreclosure in Georgia. In that case, Reese v. Provident Funding Associates, the Georgia Court of...more

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