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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Student Loans: Billions of Dollars in Debt will Disappear

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Student Loan Paperwork Snafu Could Mean Billions of Dollars in Debt Will Disappear

Many borrowers with student loan debt may have just received an unexpected gift. As reported by the New York Times, a paperwork snafu may potentially relieve thousands of people from the obligation of paying off their private student loans.

This potential dream scenario for borrowers stems from one company, National Collegiate Student Loan Trusts, a very large owner of private student loans. The company is an umbrella company for 15 trusts that hold 800,000 private student loans totaling $12 billion.

The loans in question here, estimated at $5 billion or more, are in default, meaning the borrowers fell behind on their payments. As a result, the accounts were turned over to collection agencies. In some cases where the money was not recovered with typical collection tactics, National Collegiate filed lawsuits against the borrowers.

To date, dozens of these lawsuits filed by National Collegiate Student Loan Trusts against borrowers have been dismissed by judges due to insufficient or unclear proof of ownership of the debt, commonly referred to as chain of title. Any company trying to collect on debt payments must be able to document it is actually owed the money. This is an important legal protection to safeguard consumers from being caught in the web of their loan being bought and sold by investors (through a process known as securitization) without adequate documentation of the originator of the loan, payment history, outstanding balance, etc.

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