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Why Not Simply Follow The Law? Yale Law Journal’s Novel Idea for Foreclosure Judgments

In a recent post (Judges: Not Dupes—TOTALLY In On It), we decided that when it comes to foreclosure cases, judges are not guileless, impartial innocents deceived by wily banks into throwing people into the street.  No, the judges are (to … Continue reading

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