California Mortgage Foreclosure Reform –
“Homeowner Bill of Rights”

09/05/2012 11:30 a.m. - 01:30 p.m. PDT

Financial Services Litigation

Nancy R. Thomas

Nancy R. Thomas


John Lingvall
(916) 438-4428

This webinar covers what you need to know about the elements of the newly enacted California Attorney General’s “Homeowner Bill of Rights.” Much of this webinar is dedicated to the work product of a state legislative conference committee convened to specifically focus on prohibiting dual-tracking, requiring single points of contact as a means to improve borrower communication, increasing standards on loan documentation and imposing legal liability through private rights of action. Also featured is a discussion about the non-controversial measures contained with the Homeowner Bill of Rights pertaining to blight deterrence and the rights of tenants who rent or lease foreclosed properties.

Wednesday, September 5, 2012 at 11:30 a.m. (PDT)  

Senior executives/managers, chief credit officers, chief risk officers, residential loan officers, compliance, audit, bank counsel, special assets, loan workout specialists and credit administration personnel will benefit from this webinar.

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