Banks counter eminent domain threat by saying loans aren't for sale

Richmond, Calif., recently inquired about buying more than 600 troubled mortgages and threatened to use eminent domain to seize the loans. However, the banks that provide customer service on the mortgages notified the city that the loans aren't for sale or that they don't "have the contractual authority to sell the loans."

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