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Documents from the Regulators’ Review of Foreclosure Practices

Last week, regulators released "consent orders" that laid out problems at many of the country's biggest servicers, which collectively handle almost 70 percent of the country's mortgages. The orders followed an investigation prompted by widespread revelations last fall that servicers were regularly filing false affidavits signed by so-called "robo-signers." Below you can see all of the orders that were released, as well as the regulators’ report on their investigation. Related story: As Regulators and Banks Review Foreclosures, We’ll Be Watching