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Bankruptcy judge approves Celink stipulation in RMF bankruptcy case

The presiding judge in the ongoing bankruptcy case of Reverse Mortgage Funding (RMF) has approved a stipulation that would resolve an administrative claim made against the company’s estate by reverse mortgage servicing company Celink, authorizing both companies to consummate the agreement.

The new agreement

The agreement, stemming from a proof of claim filed against RMF by Celink in May 2023, originally sought $361,726 from the lender based on a subservicing agreement entered between both companies in late 2016.

According to the court filing reviewed by RMD, both parties engaged in “good-faith negotiations” and settled on a figure of $78,195, or only 21.6% details ⇒

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