California Foreclosure Consultant Bonds
AB 180 allows homeowners the right to cancel on a contract up to 5 business days, as opposed to 3 business days, as was previously the case, and also makes delivery of a cancellation notice easier than before. Furthermore, the bill prevents foreclosure consultants from getting a power of attorney from the homeowner, regardless of the purpose.
In July 2009, upon becoming operative, the bill will require allCaliforniaforeclosure consultants to register with the Department of Justice, and also to purchase a $100,000 surety bond (commercial bond) in order to guarantee they all foreclosure consultants follow state law. The Department of Justice will then have proper oversight of the foreclosure consultants throughout the state of CA. The surety bond requirement was put in place to benefit/protect homeowners.
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