Judge Allows Monoline Insurer to Plead Amended RMBS Fraud Claims
The failure of investment firm Bear Stearns to inform the company insuring a $1.2 billion portfolio of mortgage-backed securitizations about 'significant problems' in the loan collateral pool could signal a contractual breach that supports a fraud claim, a Westchester County Supreme Court judge has ruled.
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