The California Attorney General has returned to the 'robo-signing' talks after a four-month absence to possibly take part in a multi-state settlement with the nation's largest residential servicers, according to combined press reports early Monday morning.

The New York Times reported that California's addition to the negotiations could increase the settlement amount to $25 billion from $19 billion.

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