WASHINGTON - A mortgage loan for $14.3 million in multifamily development revenue bonds for a troubled rehabilitation project in Baltimore is in default, but bondholders are protected and will be repaid in full, the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development said.

The mortgage loan default on the Strathdale Manor rental housing project does not automatically trigger a default of the bonds, which were issued Aug. 30, 1988.

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