Maine's Foreclosure Mediation Program: What Should Constitute a Good Faith Effort to Mediate?
The collapse of the housing bubble and subsequent financial downturn of 2008 unleashed a flood of foreclosure filings in the Maine courts, threatening the fundamental aspiration of homeownership for many Maine residents. This Comment examines the significant steps Maine has taken to address increased foreclosure filings through the implementation of a foreclosure mediation program and offers concrete suggestions to further improve the program.
Jesse D. Stewart,
Maine's Foreclosure Mediation Program: What Should Constitute a Good Faith Effort to Mediate?,
Me. L. Rev.
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