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Typo Trouble

Bank of America (BoA) is suing a Florida couple over a typoa move that doesn’t exactly help their reputation as less-than-friendly. When the couple sold the house eight years ago (and paid their mortgage in full), the title company they hired made an error on the deed that said the house was located in a different neighborhood. Now, three sales later, the current owner has fallen behind in payments and BoA, the mortgage holder, is unable to foreclose because the property is incorrectly listed. So, the couple, and all the house’s buyers after them are named in BoA’s lawsuit.

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