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Maryland Mortgage Fraud Prevention Project: Advanced Attorney Training to Review Home Purchase Contracts & Mortgage Loan Documents

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Thu., May 27, 2010
10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

University of Maryland, Van Munching Hall, College Park, Md.

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Overview

The Maryland Mortgage Fraud Prevention Project (MFP) is a new statewide program that aims to help prevent mortgage fraud by connecting Maryland homebuyers with pro bono attorneys who review home purchase contracts and mortgage loan documents.

Civil Justice Inc. and the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond have collaborated to provide free pro bono training sessions to attorneys who participate in the Maryland Mortgage Fraud Prevention Project. For pro bono attorneys who have already participated in the March 26 and May 4 pro bono training session and would be willing to accept another pro bono document review, this will be an advanced follow-up training session of the Maryland Mortgage Fraud Prevention Project series.

 

Audience

Attorneys interested in continuing to participate in the Maryland Mortgage Fraud Prevention Project.


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