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Bill calls for court OK to foreclose

Galvin says reviews would clarify titles, protect homeowners

“You aren’t going to straighten out the economy of the state until this housing thing gets figured out.” — William F. Galvin, Secretary of state “You aren’t going to straighten out the economy of the state until this housing thing gets figured out.” — William F. Galvin, Secretary of state
By Jenifer B. McKim
Globe Staff / December 6, 2010

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Secretary of State William F. Galvin plans to submit a bill next month that would force Massachusetts mortgage lenders to get court approval before seizing homes, in an effort to protect homeowners and address concerns about how foreclosures are conducted. (Full article: 1003 words)

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