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Borrowers Get Damage After Default Judgment (access required)

A lender that allegedly falsified borrowers’ signatures on a note that revised the terms of their mortgage loan cannot set aside a default judgment, the Supreme Court of Virginia says, as the lender had nearly a month to retain counsel and have a representative appear at a court hearing; the award of $69,463.16 in compensatory ...