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Conjoining. !

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Webbed Feet

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To All,

Most recent newsletter... Page 10 article on Fannie forms and non-lender assignments... Second paragraph down, the sentence about the "Lender / Client" being conjoined.

http://oregonaclb.org/media/Spring2008Newsletter.pdf

I am highly concerned regarding this interpretation given the fact most mortgage brokers are not lenders and they do not even know who the " Lender " is going to be. There is an implication here we all get a master that has not even been introduced to us yet! Versus an "Intended User" as I have always taken any wholesale lender to be. The overall implications of this have my mind reeling.

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Webbed.
 

Oregon Doug

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I think that they just ought to leave the word "client" out as these forms are for lending work only - "lender/client" is redundant.

Oregon Doug
 
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