SCOTUS debates the meaning of the term ‘debt collector’ in a FC protections case
The Supreme Court on Monday heard arguments in a case that dates back to the financial crisis a decade ago.
The justices, missing Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, attempted to resolve a legal question that could have broad ramifications on hundreds of thousands of Americans who are foreclosed on without a judicial process each year.
A key issue in the matter is who or what can be considered a “debt collector.”
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