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Real Estate – Fraud – Limitations (access required)

Common sense dictates that plaintiff buyers would have known the address of the commercial property they were purchasing, says a magistrate judge for the Abingdon U.S. District Court, and because plaintiffs reasonably should have discovered defendants’ alleged fraud in using an incorrect address in the sales contract, quitclaim deed and/or closing documents, the report finds ...

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