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Bankrupt opinion

2 June 2015 By Daniel Indiviglio

The U.S. justices say second mortgages survive borrower bankruptcies – even when a first lien exceeds a property’s value. That shelters the kind of lending that helped inflate the housing bubble. Banks need incentives to offer credit carefully, not raise the roof like it’s 2006.

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