Nevada is asking to be cut loose from a multi-state settlement agreement reached in October 2008 with Bank of America following its acquisition of Countrywide just four months earlier. BofA struck a deal with Nevada and several other states agreeing to provide up to $ 8.4 billion in interest and principal reductions for Countrywide borrowers. Nevada’s attorney general claims the bank has breached that agreement and is asking to be released from it. BofA says it will defend itself against the allegations.
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