Synovus loses bid to stop deal that will cost it $70M

Fulton Judge rules she must look at 'four corners' of paper Synovus said was to resolve just $2M loan

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A Fulton County judge has ruled that an agreement between a bank and a borrower to eliminate $2 million in debt in exchange for a piece of property actually served to write off more than $70 million of loans.

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  • Lee Storesund

    I've only had one case with Judge Adams but I think she considers everything before she makes a decision. How many people at Synovus reviewed this agreement?

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