"Late last month, a New Jersey appellate court invalidated a foreclosure by insisting on a fundamental concept of due process: It said a bank must properly authenticate documents it uses to make its case. With the taint of robo-signing hanging over all foreclosure documents, the need for proper enforcement of authentication standards is more obvious than ever -- but not every court is making banks play by the rules."

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