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On June 18, the New Jersey Appellate Division issued an opinion in the matter of Capital One v. Peck, No. A-0582-16T4, which involved the appeal of a final judgment entered in a residential foreclosure matter. The issue on appeal was separation of the note and mortgage, and whether that affected the plaintiff’s right to foreclose.

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