We have another question here that deals with the recent news item, it talks about the banks halting some of the foreclosures or putting a stop to the foreclosures for a set period of time. Do any of the provisions in the Dodd-Frank Act talk about that? Do you think there would be amendments or something that deals with the recent string of news that we had about foreclosures in America?
I don’t find any language in there related it except the language where there is going to be funds provided for unemployed who are facing foreclosure and that the ombudsman departments and agencies to help out. No, I think what happened was that there was a question about procedures and proper documentations and representations made by the banks. They stopped the foreclosures and then in the last day or so, I’ve seen that they have now started back up again. But I think now, they have instituted changes where they are in compliance of it. I think the foreclosures are going to continue. From the news, it appears that they have slowed down some just because they are getting a lot of those things out into the market and some solutions. No, the people that are facing foreclosure six months ago are going to be facing it again in the next few weeks.
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The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform & Consumer Protection Act: The Impact on Regulatory Mandates & Securities Litigation Pt. 11