Politics & Government

December 9, 2013 3:00 AM

Bank might foreclose on home because late husband isn’t residing there

Billions of dollars in foreclosure settlements between big banks and government regulators haven’t helped Laura Biggs. The California woman is scheduled to lose her home nine days before Christmas because her mortgage company concluded that the house is no longer the primary residence of her husband, who’s been dead since 2003.

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