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Under Ga law, can I sue HUD?

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Under Ga law, can I sue HUD?

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You can file a law suit against HUD - although they are a federal agency they can be sued. However, most likely you would have to sue them in federal court as opposed to GA court.

Here are a couple examples
Reverse-Mortgage Suit Against HUD Revived on Appeal

A federal appeals court revived a lawsuit accusing the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development of setting up its reverse-mortgage program in a way that makes it more likely a surviving spouse will end up in foreclosure.

A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington today ruled that a case brought by two widowers challenging HUD regulations on reverse-mortgage loans may proceed.

Here's another: › Fair Lending

As to GA law specifically - no, that would not be available because they are a federal agency.

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