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Real Estate – Foreclosure – Power Of Attorney

Although wife claims that prior to their divorce, she revoked the power of attorney given to her husband, who used the power of attorney to take out two loans from defendant bank secured by wife’s real estate, under Va. Code § 11-9.2(b) wife cannot halt the bank’s foreclosure on her real estate, a Roanoke U.S. District Court holds.
Taneeb v. Branch Banking & Trust Co. (USDC-WD) (VLW 009-3-008) (7 pp.)

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