What do you do when a lender refuses to provide a payoff in NJ when an agent submits a request signed by the client giving authorization?
2 Answers from Attorneys
Call me, come in and see me, and I will assist.
Robert Davies, Attorney
201 820 3460
There are a number of ways to get the lender's attention and force the issue. You will probably need a lawyer to help. Since Mr. Davies is close to you, give him a call.
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