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Asked on: 10/08/13, 9:52 am

Filed bankruptcy 3 yrs ago still making payments on my house. Mortgage company refuses to give me any accounting of monies i have sent to them. Can they do that??

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Answered on: 10/08/13, 10:42 am by Michael Avanesian

Yes. They are scared that by giving you an accounting, they will somehow violate the stay. (Basically, some hot shot attorney at a bank who didn't know how the law works came up with this rule and everyone follows it.)

You can ask for a qualified written request.


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