The housing crisis may now get as personal for bank executives as it has for individual homeowners.

As the foreclosure document scandal reaches the "material weakness" level for the largest banks, attorneys representing foreclosed borrowers want to hold servicing executives personally liable for overseeing processes such as robo-signing, in which some employees rubber-stamped foreclosure affidavits without verifying the information.

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