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April 14, 2011

U.S. judge to sanction LPS for lying to court

"A federal bankruptcy judge in New Orleans said she will impose sanctions on Lender Processing Services, after concluding that the mortgage servicing company deliberately committed fraud on the court in a foreclosure case, by giving false testimony and submitting a 'sham' affidavit."

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