in most cases when a primary mortgage holder defaults on a loan is the cosigner totally responsible for the mortgage?
Asked on 1/26/12, 7:18 am
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Cary Smalley The Smalley Law Firm, LLC
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Generally, the answer is "yes".
Answered on 1/26/12, 7:51 am
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