By Henry E. Hildebrand, III, Chapter 13 Trustee (Nashville, TN)
Where a mortgage servicer fails to provide a detailed accounting when it disputes a trustee’s notice of final cure payment and fails to provide a timely response to the notice, the failure of the mortgage servicer’s counsel to comply with the deadlines set by the court justifies an award of attorney’s fees and an order precluding the introduction of any contrary information in the bankruptcy case or any subsequent case; the mortgage servicer was precluded from introducing any evidence that the mortgage obligation was not . . .
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