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Consumer Protection – TILA – Finance Charge – Notary Fee (access required)

A mortgage debtor has not stated a Truth-in-Lending claim against a mortgage lender based on the debtor’s bare assertion of an undisclosed finance charge as part of a $250 notary fee, which the bank claims is covered under the Special Rule for closing agents, and a Richmond U.S. District Court dismisses the debtor’s complaint. Plaintiff alleges ...

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