Judge Strives for Unique Remedy in 'Stand Out' Predatory Lending Case

, New Jersey Law Journal


Judge Peter Doyne has presided over countless foreclosures, but the case of an Ecuadorean immigrant who claims he was duped into taking a mortgage he couldn't afford "stands out from the others."

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  • menglish

    good for the Judge. Finally one of our judicial wants to do the right thing.
    Not only were there slimy mortgage brokers, but mortgage bankers and we must not forget the banksters themselves, the end lenders, lending with the money of another entity.

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