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Does a servicer/lender on a mortgage leave itself open to a

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Does a servicer/lender on a mortgage leave itself open to a FDCPA violation for sending a letter that states:
This is formal notice that the mortgage loan referenced above remains in default and the lender intends to foreclose. If you do not cure the default or enter into a foreclosure alternative program within 14 days of the date of this notice, the lender intends to exercise its rights to accelerate the mortgage debt and instruct its attorneys to start legal action to foreclose upon your mortgaged property.
And then doesn't take further action? (they actually did foreclose but it was a year after the letter)
Submitted: 3 months ago.
Category: Consumer Protection Law
Expert:  Irwin Law replied 3 months ago.

No. The FDCPA does not require lenders to proceed with foreclosure within any certain period of time after

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