WASHINGTON – The House Judiciary Committee yesterday approved a measure giving judges the power to reset the terms of mortgages for people in bankruptcy proceedings.

Although the measure includes some improvements backed by credit unions and other financial institutions-including a provision requiring homeowners to share the proceeds with the lender if they sell the property within five years–lobbyists for both CUNA and NAFCU both said before the measure was passed they doubted they would support it.


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