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Michael L. Hyman, with Siegfried, Rivera. Michael L. Hyman, with Siegfried, Rivera.

Ten years ago during the height of the housing crisis, community associations were having a great deal of difficulty contending with the deluge of foreclosure cases they were facing. Many foreclosures would take years to prosecute, and mortgage servicers and lenders that had purchased loans from their original lenders in the secondary market were having difficulties procuring all the pertinent documents.

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