CORRECTION The article mischaracterized a distinction drawn by Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Jennifer Bailey between the testimony of records custodians and the affidavits of robo-signers. Records custodians need personal knowledge of foreclosure record protocols and procedures. Robo-signers lied in affidavits about what they knew about foreclosure records. Robo-signers, who broke court rules by signing foreclosure affidavits without personal knowledge of loans for banks, may have faded from the scene. But homeowners now are dealing with a similar lender’s representative who they claim infringes on their right to due process.
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