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Home Mortgages

Twelve federal class actions in Camden, N.J., accuse mortgage companies of overcharging for recording fees, sheriff's commissions, service of process fees and interest from homebuyers whose mortgages were in default. Click 'Home Mortgages' header to see the defendants.

Here are the lead defendants in the mortgage class actions: American Home Mortgage Servicing, Champion Mortgage, Interstate TD Investments/Household Finance Corp., Everhome Mortgage, Washington Mutual/Countrywide Home Loans, Southwest Capital Investments/Insource Financial Services, Citifinancial Mortgage, Washington Mutual/Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, Wachovia Bank, Federal National Mortgage Association/Washington Mutual, Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems/US Bank National Association, and American Home Mortgage Servicing/First Hallmark Mortgage Corp.

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