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there was a landmark case recently called 'metris vs. edwards' where edwards sucessfully argued that because metris only loaned CREDIT INSTEAD OF MONEY that they had no valuable consideration at risk in the contract making it non-negotiable (without prejudice) ...
you can find the case on here :
Looks like an interesting site.
Last edited by T-Ren (2007-06-10 20:17:57)
It was also suggested at another site that if you find yourself heading toward foreclosure, run out and get another home (that you can afford) before the foreclosure paperwork on your present home catches up. Someone actually had done this so at least when the foreclosure came they were already in another home.