Changes afoot to the state’s mortgage recording statute and other laws would clarify who has the right to foreclose on a mortgage when the debt has been assigned by the original lender and the paper trail is incomplete or unclear.

The proposals, now on the state Law Revision Commission’s Nov. 17 meeting agenda, would limit who can bring a foreclosure action to an “established holder of a mortgage … who is owed a debt secured by that mortgage.”

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