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Can the bank increase a mortgage rate after signing a agreed mortgage rate?

My bank has increased my mortgage rate after I signed for a lower rate without any notices.
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Posted on 18-Aug-18
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Answered on 19-Aug-18
no, increase and decrease depends upon terms and condition in agreement bond.
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