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    Cost and Confusion Left Over from the Mortgage Crisis: The Need for Uniformity in Real Estate Law

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    Los Angeles Partner Al Clark recently wrote an article in the UCLA Economic Letter, titled “Cost and Confusion Left Over from the Mortgage Crisis: The Need for Uniformity in Real Estate Law.” The UCLA Economic Letter is the monthly communication of the UCLA Anderson Forecast and the UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate. In the article, Clark compares developments in the business of real estate finance to attempts to create uniformity from state to state in the law of real estate finance.

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