03 Aug Most Mortgage Inspection Fees Barred, Says Judge
Mortgage holders have been accused of inflating their claims with trumped-up charges, including phony inspection fees. No more, says one judge.
In a recent unpublished decision, Massachusetts Chief Bankruptcy Judge Henry J. Boroff announced a refusal to allow mortgage inspection fees unless it can be shown the inspection actually happened and was worthwhile.
This is good news for honest debtors and creditors alike
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