Friday, May 13, 2011

Bank of America to the State of Utah: You Can Take Your Laws and ...!

The State of Utah passed a law requiring foreclosures to be done by a local business entity or attorney. Bank of America does not have offices inside the state and they don't work with local attorneys.

So, did B of A stop foreclosures or did they open a local office or did they hire local legal representation? Of course not. They are deemed "too big to fail."

Apparently now they feel that they are "too big" to comply with state laws.

BofA to keep foreclosures despite new Utah law | The Salt Lake Tribune

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