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Oct. 24, 2007

Homeowners Facing Mortgage Foreclosures Denied Constitutional Right to Proper Notification

Appeal Argues That Maryland's System for Home Foreclosures Tramples Due Process

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Maryland resident Joyce Griffin lost her house in a foreclosure sale because she did not receive notice until it was too late for her to save her home. Her case is a stunning example of how predatory subprime lenders, a fast-track foreclosure process and a hands-off legal system can combine to wreak havoc on people's lives.

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