Several top executives of Florida’s largest foreclosure processing company resigned and its chairman was replaced Tuesday, amid a national controversy over questionable foreclosure filings and investigations into possible wrongdoing by lenders, loan servicers and law firms.

Plantation, Fla.-based DJSP Enterprises has been impacted by the temporary suspension of foreclosure filings by some of the nation’s largest lenders and some industry insiders are questioning the future of the business.

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