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Assignee Liability in Residential Mortgage Transactions

Jeffrey P. Naimon

The holder in due course rule that protects assignees of mortgage loans from borrowers' claims against lenders has been restricted by federal and state legislation aimed at protecting consumers.  Further erosion of the rule may arise from the judicial doctrines of imputed knowledge and sham arrangements.

Published by The Review of Banking & Financial Services