Skip to comments.[Hawaii} Bills aim to correct flaws in foreclosure law [state to buy mortgages]
Posted on 01/21/2012 6:20:38 PM PST by Lorianne
A handful of bills dealing with home foreclosures in Hawaii have been introduced at the state Legislature this year, including one that would have the state pay off troubled mortgages, then rent or sell the homes back to occupants.
At least eight foreclosure-related bills were proposed this month, many of which seek to amend a law enacted last year that set up new rules for foreclosures but isn't working as intended.
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Well, it said I had to log in to access content.
Oh... since Hammurabi.
At least he had the decency to keep the laws down to a managable size, so the damage was limited.
I don’t think anything can help the Bills.
Don’t get paranoid in addition to bipolar, but I think it is only you Bob!
Just because I’m paranoid doesn’t mean they’re not out to get me.
The state of Hawaii does a horrible job in managing and running the affordable projects they have now. And they want to buy the homes in foreclosure and rent it out??? You gotta be kidding me!!
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