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Breach of Contract

Breach of Contract

If your lender did not do everything it was obligated to do under the terms of your Deed of Trust or Promissory Note, then or now, you may have a breach of contract claim. For instance, if your loan required you to pay into an escrow account for the payment of your property taxes and homeowners insurance and your lender failed to pay these bills when they came due, your lender breached the contract.