Can Lenders Legally Cut Back On Credit? As the mortgage crisis has grown in scope, lenders have cut back on home equity lines of credit. The move might not be legal, says our personal finance expert.
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Can Lenders Legally Cut Back On Credit?

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Can Lenders Legally Cut Back On Credit?

Can Lenders Legally Cut Back On Credit?

Can Lenders Legally Cut Back On Credit?

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As the mortgage crisis has grown in scope, lenders have cut back on home equity lines of credit. The move might not be legal, our personal finance expert tells Alex Chadwick.