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LPS settles with Delaware AG over DocX loan documentation allegations

In December 2016 Deutsche Bank agreed to pay a total of $37 million to settle allegations by the SEC and the New York Attorney General that it mislead clients about order routing. In January 2017 the bank reached a $7.2 billion settlement of a Justice Department case involving the sale of toxic mortgage securities during the financial crisis.

WASHINGTON – A former executive of Lender Processing Services Inc. (LPS) – a publicly traded company based in Jacksonville, Fla. – pleaded guilty today, admitting her participation in a six-year scheme to prepare and file more than 1 million fraudulently signed and notarized mortgage-related documents with property recorders’ offices throughout the United States.

Interest on personal injury lawsuit loans Fidelity National, is also the former parent of LPS, which owned DocX, the document forgery firm featured on 60 Minutes and home of the Robosign. LPS is under a consent order with the Federal Reserve Board for its servicing activities, and DocX was criminally indicted by Missouri (and subsequently settled). Brown was doing work for Fidelity.

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a Delaware Corporation; LPS DEFAULT SOLUTIONS, INC., a Delaware Corporation, and. The Attorney General and LPS are represented by counsel and have agreed on a basis for. employees signed Mortgage Loan Documents in the name of other DocX employees, who were.

California is expected to receive approximately $12 billion in principal write-downs, including through short sales, over the next three years, according to the state attorney generals office. The deal settles potential state charges about allegations of improper foreclosures based on robo-signing, seizures made without proper paperwork.

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 · Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray asked judges in his state for copies of foreclosure affidavits filed in their courts that are signed by a woman he identified as a “robo-signer” for Wells Fargo Bank NA.. LPS admitted that a subsidiary called Docx in Alpharetta, Ga., improperly prepared some documents used for foreclosures.

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