Massachusetts attorney general Martha Coakley announced that Barclays will pay $36.1 million to settle allegations that it financed, purchased, and securitized residential loans that were “presumptively unfair under Massachusetts law,” during the subprime mortgage meltdown.

Under Massachusetts law, mortgage lenders have to determine if a borrower can repay a prospective loan under the terms of the contract, according to the complaint.

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