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See MidFirst Bank v Haynes 893 F.Supp. 1304 (1994)

It is always interesting to see how Federal Judges in particular take a closer look at a case when the stakes are higher. Here we have 17 properties. And instead

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There is a battle going on in the media. On the one hand the banks are flooding virtually all outlets with stories about how the foreclosure crisis is behind us and how the

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Sunday, 19 October 2014 |

Is a 36% Cap Radical?

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I was pleased to see today’s New York Times editorial entitled “A Rate Cap for All Consumer Loans.”  It created a very public description of an industry indiscretion involving loaning money to the military at over 36%. Those loans are illegal because a federal law makes it so, a law that passed with broad and deep bipartisan support because tr

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Wednesday, 15 October 2014 |

Unseal the Doomsday Book!

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When I first heard about the NY Fed's Doomsday book, my initial thought was, "Wow, they've got a comprehensive survey of land titles, so MERS really isn't an issue!" Then I realized it was a Doomsday book, not a Domesday book. Apparently the Doomsday book is some sort of "in case of emergency" do-it-yourself

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COLUMBUS DAY: LESSON IN HUMILITY

Columbus Day is a lesson about how much we can get wrong and still stick with it not only for generations, but for centuries. It is illustrative of the unraveling of the truth in the economic crisis that has been with us since securitization boiled over in 2007 — starting a unprecedented number of foreclosures, e

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Filings by Judicial District.Sept 2014Bankruptcy filings have dipped to their lowest rate since 1990, as previously blogged (ignoring anomalous statistical gyrations around the 2005 changes to the bankruptcy law). Over the past twelve months the bankruptcy filing rate per 1,000 persons has been 2.95, which is the first time it has been below 3.0 in almost 25 years. But, the filing

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Thursday, 09 October 2014 |

Would it Surprise You to Know

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"What is the optimal consumer bankruptcy law?" Now that's an abstract first line that grabs my attention! I've thought about this question for most of my academic career, and I've struggled to find solid bases for an answer. Now, Indiana Univeristy economist Gray Gordon offers an intriguing if difficult to understand

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