A new report that found systemic flaws in California's foreclosure process could be fodder for securities investors to make claims against banks and mortgage servicers, its author says.

Lou Pizante, a partner at Aequitas Compliance Solutions, a mortgage regulatory compliance firm, says his audit of 382 foreclosures in California found that the original lender did not properly assign the mortgage in 85% of the cases.

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