Judge orders massive release of Fannie, Freddie conservatorship docs

Judge Margaret Sweeney in the Federal Claims Court in Washington yesterday granted a motion that will force theU.S. Treasury to release all discovery document materials in its possession that pertain to the decision to take Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac into conservatorship.

The request, made by Fairholme Funds, is a big win for them in the battle to review federally sealed documents in its case against the United States government. Fairholme is one of several former investors in the government-sponsored enterprises who say their ownership stake was illegally taken from them by the federal government during conservatorship. They are fighting, in court, to get that stake returned.

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3 responses to “Judge orders massive release of Fannie, Freddie conservatorship docs

  1. chandelle bullington

    Could you refer a Washington attorney that has similar beliefs as you do please? I have a mers loan and had a forensic audit but now my attorney doesn’t want to practice law any more and my home is having a sale date nov 17

    Thank you,
    Chandelle
    425-750-7512

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