11/21/12 - Euro Weakens, European Stocks Decline as Greek Debt Talks Falter
Richard Frost and Saeromi Shin, ?2012 Bloomberg News
Published 1:52 a.m., Wednesday, November 21, 2012
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Ohio's attorney general threw a wrench into the banking industry's push to quickly restart foreclosures by fixing faulty paperwork, and pressed them to modify mortgage loans.
In two letters released Friday, Attorney General Richard Cordray criticized a number of banks and loan-servicing companies, including Wells Fargo & Co.; Ally Financial Inc.'s GMAC Mortgage; Bank of America Corp.; and J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. Mr. Cordray said the banks are trying to paper over fraud committed in foreclosures with temporary fixes that don't address underlying problems in the banks' practices.
"It is not acceptable for a party who believes they submitted false court documents to merely replace those documents. Wells Fargo and any other banks are not simply allowed a 'do-over,' " he wrote in the letter to Wells. The other letter was sent to Ohio judges, who were asked to notify Mr. Cordray when banks file substitute affidavits.
He demanded that the banks vacate any court order or motion that was based on improper paperwork. In an interview Friday, Mr. Cordray said the banks would "be well-served to work out a settlement with the borrowers to modify the loans and work out payments."