Borrowers seeking attorneys’ fees on appeal can’t have it both ways when it comes to lenders’ legal standing to foreclose.
If they prevail on arguments that plaintiffs don’t own their mortgage debts and therefore lack legal right to foreclose, they can’t then turn around and seek attorneys’ fees under these same contracts.
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