As the fallout from the nation’s mortgage foreclosure crisis burgeons in courthouses, several Pennsylvania counties are considering adopting or have adopted a case management system for foreclosures requiring court conferences between borrowers and lenders before foreclosures proceed to sheriff’s sales.

The Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas started its “Mortgage Foreclosure Diversion Pilot Program” after Philadelphia Sheriff John Green unilaterally placed a moratorium on sheriff’s sales in April and the City Council passed a resolution in support of a moratorium.

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