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Borrower Consistently Past Due on Taxes (Escrow)

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We have a borrower who is consistently past due on the taxes for the collateral on our loan. In the past we have advanced the amounts due on the principal balance and re-amortized the payments. Now we are discussing setting up an escrow account on this loan. Are we prohibited from advancing the initial deposit for the escrow account on the loan?
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Such actions are a matter of your loan contract and State law. Contact your legal counsel.

First published on 12/06/2015

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