WHO’S GOT THE NOTE? A NEW VERSION OF “WHERE’S WALDO?”

WHO’S GOT THE NOTE?
A NEW VERSION OF “WHERE’S WALDO?”
(Published at ConsiderChapter13.org on 1/31/11.

MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE IN AN AGE OF SECURITIZATION:
MISSING ORIGINAL NOTES AND OTHER PROBLEMS FOR CREDITOR

(Published at ConsiderChapter13.org
1/31/11with permission. Originally drafted for the American Bankruptcy
Institute, April 3, 2009; revised for presentation to the State Bar of Texas,
Advanced Consumer Bankruptcy Course, September 17-18, 2009)

By Samuel L. Bufford, Distinguished Scholar in Residence, Dickinson School of Law,
Penn State University, University Park, PA and former United States . . .

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