An Atlanta appeals court decision this week may rekindle courtroom battles over the way mortgage lenders pay brokers for loans.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit on Monday overturned a decision in Culpepper v. Inland Mortgage Corp., a case originally hailed by lenders as a victory in the string of suits related to the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, or Respa.

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