OSLJ-group-2017

Judicial Foreclosures and Their Discontents

By Matthew J. Richardson

The nation is currently divided regarding whether, and to what extent, judicial process is deemed necessary for a mortgage loan holder to foreclose on property secured by a defaulted mortgage loan. Foreclosure actions are creatures of state law, and the states have produced many responses to this issue along a spectrum of differing policy commitments. . . . Read More