Curing Default by Forbearance Agreement
At the conclusion of the forbearance agreement term, the borrower should have cured the original default and be able to resume regular payments. However, the lender may extend the forbearance period if the hardship has not been resolved by the end of the forbearance period. The forbearance agreement may provide for an automatic extension upon the occurrence of a specified event. This video reviews the events of a default and what today’s environment is in the court system.
Peter T. Roach, Esq.
Roach & Lin, P.C.
- Principal of Roach & Lin, P.C.
- Practices in all areas of mortgage default servicing, including foreclosure, loss mitigation, bankruptcy, litigation, evictions, and REO sales throughout the entire State of New York
- Lecturer for St. John’s University Continuing Legal Education Program, New York State Bar Association, Queens and Nassau County Bar Associations, Practicing Law Institute, Lorman Education Services, The Knowledge Group, and Marino Legal Continuing Legal Education
- Membership information: board of directors, St. John's University School of Law Alumni Association (member, 1988 to present; president 2002 to 2004); International Network of Boutique Law Firms (INBLF) (member, 2004 to 2016; president, New York Chapter, 2008 to 2011); New York State Bar Association; and vice president of Harmony Heights School (2000 to present)
- J.D. degree, St. John’s University – School of Law; B.A. degree, State University of New York at Binghamton
- Can be contacted at 516-938-3100 ext. 318 or [email protected]
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