WASHINGTON — More than a month after federal and state officials announced a massive $25 billion settlement with the five mortgage servicers, the Justice Department on Monday finally released the actual legal document.

While some of the information was already known, the document dump provided critical new details about the terms of the agreement. The sheer number of pages — about 300 for each of the five servicers, some of the pages consisting solely of signatures from the multitude of parties involved — also underscored what a huge undertaking the agreement is.

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