A majority of the state Supreme Court has ruled in favor of the sub-prime lending industry’s right to set up loan agreements that force consumers to arbitrate any disputes but allow lenders to initiate foreclosure proceedings in court.

The ruling essentially puts the state high court on the same side of the issue as the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, while Pennsylvania’s Superior Court has held otherwise.

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