A prosecutor in Stanislaus County, California, said his staff is aware of homeowners buying fake documents to delay foreclosure proceedings, according to a report from the SecuringIndustry.com.

The publication cites an article from The Modesto Bee in which a prosecutor says, “It comes to a point where enough is enough. How many breaks can we give these people?”

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