Fannie Mae requires the servicer to contact its Fannie Mae Servicing Representative (see F-4-03, List of Contacts) if it becomes aware of environmental hazards that affect the security property. Regardless of whether Fannie Mae is named as a party in any environmental litigation, it must be considered non-routine and the servicer must immediately notify Fannie Mae’s Legal department by submitting a Non-Routine Litigation Form (Form 20). See also E-1.3-02, Reporting Non-Routine Litigation to Fannie Mae for additional information. The servicer must follow the procedures in Reporting Environmental Hazards to Fannie Mae in F-1-08, Managing Foreclosure Proceedings, for instructions specifically related to reporting environmental issues to Fannie Mae. See the Property Preservation Matrix and Reference Guide for additional information.
For more information please see: E-1.2-02: Timing of the Foreclosure Referral for Mortgage Loans Generally.
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