Court Dismisses Foreclosure Action Where Loan Could Not Be Described

Bank of America filed a foreclosure action, seeking the foreclosure of a “prime/traditional/conventional loan,” but asserted that a pre-foreclosure notice was sent to the home-owner in compliance with the rules governing subprime loans. In other papers, the bank identified the loan as subprime, but that no notice was sent because it was not required. Finding the papers to be “replete with inconsistent and inaccurate proofs,” the court dismissed the case.

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