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Suit attacks Hawaii judges over handling of foreclosures

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Courthouse News Service uncovered a unique foreclosure lawsuit in the state of Hawaii.

Apparently, a Hawaii-based family and developer filed a federal class-action lawsuit against every Circuit Court judge in the tropical state, accusing them of using old, judge-made procedures to enforce foreclosure judgments.

One of the plaintiffs is the founder of Home Box Office, Michael J. Fuchs.

 

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