Scenario: In process of getting a clearance for a position in ICE. Received notice that I have 10 days to show remedy of a negative mark on my credit. Several years ago, I purchased a home with a 80/20 (both of these mortgages where used as "purchase money"). The house was foreclosed and the law states that a second mortgages which was used for "purchase money" has no recourse when foreclosed. Yet the lender transferred the "20" to a subdivision and is showing as delinquent on my credit.
I don't expect the security officer to understand all the laws and rules but there is no way to have this disputed within 10 days time. The security person insist I show documentation of remedy. There is no remedy since this is being miss reported. Would a letter from a real-state lawyer be valid?