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Missing the obvious

3 April 2008 By Richard Beales

Letting US bankruptcy courts adjust mortgages just like other loans would help hardesthit borrowers those braving personal bankruptcy. It would cost the government nothing, and could help lenders. But with Congress compromising in pursuit of speed, the idea has been shelved.

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