A state judge has blasted “the unbridled temerity” of an attorney’s attempt to win enforcement of a mortgage loan agreement the judge said clearly had not been properly executed.

Supreme Court Justice Jeffrey A. Spinner in Suffolk County (See Profile) ordered a hearing in Homeowner Service Corporation v. Steele, 01996-2010, to determine if the lender has acted in good faith and whether any sanctions are warranted.

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