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CHARLOTTE, NC-Bank of America is all set to restart nearly 16,000 foreclosures in December. The bank suspended foreclosures in October owing to the robo-signing scam. It intends to start with non-owner-occupied and vacant houses.

The bank has said that it has taken steps to ensure that all foreclosure-related documents are properly reviewed. The steps include extensive training for its executives and the introduction of a new affidavit form. For the full story, go to New York Times.


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