S. Carolina Supreme Court: Non-attorneys can modify home loans
Additionally, a migrant agricultural worker in California’s Central Valley and others here without legal documentation – a groundskeeper in Florida or domestic worker in North Carolina – can get.
On June 19, 2013, the South Carolina Supreme Court issued its long-awaited. signed on for the Obama Administration’s Making Home Affordable modification plan. The ruling marks the first statewide.
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Consumer Mortgages & Home Loans Foreclosure/Loan Modification Foreclosure/Loan Modification Unexpected troubles like a lay off, illness or death in the family can make it hard to keep up with mortgage payments, and homeowners may find themselves facing foreclosure.
S. Carolina Supreme Court: Non-attorneys can modify home loans On June 19, 2013, the South Carolina Supreme Court issued its long-awaited opinion in Crawford v. Central Mortgage Co., determining that mortgage lenders and servicers may continue modifying mortgage loans without requiring supervision by a South Carolina-licensed attorney.