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MA Changes the Foreclosure Process - by the Attorney General

Aparently the Massachusetts Attorney General changed some things to slow the foreclosure process down a little in MA.  The only problem is, I am still seeing foreclosure activity.  Maybe the information didn't get made public enough.  Well if you click here you can read the MA General Laws and see what has been changed.  I am told, the important parts are in Sect 14A, 11 b.

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