Lender Processing Services (LPS) will pay $127 million to settle charges by 46 states that the company forged documents that were used to foreclose on homeowners.

The settlement, which the Jacksonville, Fla., company announced Thursday, resolves allegations that Lender Processing Services and its Default Solutions and DocX subsidiaries "robo-signed" papers in an effort to quickly process foreclosures on behalf of mortgage servicers.

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