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(AJC) — As controversy clouds foreclosure practices nationwide, only a few instances of paperwork problems have been reported in Georgia.  That doesn’t mean they aren’t happening, critics of the state’s foreclosure process say. Georgia is one of 27 states that do not require any court hearing for a lender to complete a foreclosure — and it is in court where bad documentation by so-called “robo-signers” has been found in other states. The difference between the process in Georgia and states requiring court hearings has been brought to the fore by the foreclosure scandal that erupted last month, when national lenders briefly stopped repossessing homes because of instances of shoddy documentation.

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