As more than $2.1 trillion, or 19 percent, of outstanding mortgages have been packaged into securities, ownership of much debt in the U.S. has been lost as it changed hands. In at least five states, judges have had to halt foreclosure on a property because the bank that was owed was unable to prove it owned the mortgage.
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