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If the mortgage provides for a calculation to compute the interest rate, and the lender is not following that calculation when it benefits you, then you may certainly sue the lender to force it to follow the terms of the mortgage. If the mortgage does not state that the rate cannot drop below 3.75%, then they may not unilaterally put that bot***** *****mit on the rate.
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