Court of Appeal ruling in Swift v HMLR case enhances lenders' position in mortgage fraud

September 2015
Mortgage Finance Gazette;Sep2015, Vol. 146 Issue 1795, p16
The article talks about ruling by a Court of Appeal for the case between mortgage lender Swift 1st Ltd and government department Her Majesty's Land Registry (HMLR) upholding Swift's position for indemnity claim for a loan to a mortgage fraud customer.


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