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Another mortgagor bites the dust: no standing to contest foreclosure

In Hunter v. Bank of America, the plaintiff mortgagor sought to hold the bank accountable for improper mortgage foreclosure procedures.  Likely citing the considerable fraud and mismanagement that occurred in the making, transferring and enforcement of 2008-era mortgages, Ms. Hunter attempted to sue to recover damages from the bank.  The Court of Appeals upheld the granted summary disposition, ruling that Hunter did not have "standing" to argue about the foreclosure  procedures because she did not prevent the foreclosure or redeem the property during the six month redemption period.

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