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Wednesday October 23, 2013

 The HBOR Collaborative presents:

REPRESENTING HOMEOWNERS & TENANTS UNDER

THE HOMEOWNER BILL OF RIGHTS

 

This free training will be held at:

Sierra Curtis Neighborhood Association

2791 24th Street

Sacramento, CA

 The HBOR Collaborative presents a free all-day training on the nuts and bolts of representing homeowners and tenants under California’s Homeowner Bill of Rights (HBOR). The training will cover HBOR basics and provide practical tips for representing clients. HBOR became effective on January 1, 2013 and codifies the broad intentions of the National Mortgage Settlement’s pre-foreclosure protections. It also provides tenants in foreclosed properties with a host of substantive and procedural protections. The training will cover the interplay of HBOR with NMS, CFPB servicing rules, and the Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act. We will also discuss HBOR’s attorney fee provisions.  REGISTRATION IS OPEN NOW.

 The HBOR Collaborative, a partnership of four organizations, National Housing Law Project, National Consumer Law Center, Tenants Together and Western Center on Law and Poverty, offers free training, technical assistance, litigation support, and legal resources to California’s consumer attorneys and the judiciary on all aspects of the new California Homeowner Bill of Rights, including its tenant protections. The goal of the Collaborative is to ensure that California’s homeowners and tenants receive the intended benefits secured for them under the Homeowner Bill of Rights by providing legal representation with a broad array of support services and practice resources. To contact the HBOR Collaborative team or for more information on our services for attorneys, please visit http://calhbor.org/

The HBOR Collaborative and its services, including this free training for attorneys, are funded by a grant from the Office of the Attorney General of California from the National Mortgage Settlement to assist California consumers. This training would not be possible without the invaluable support of the California State Bar.

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