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No TILA Rescission for Wife Who Did Not Sign Note (access required)

A wife who did not sign the note when her husband used the family home as collateral for a loan is not an obligor with rights under the Truth in Lending Act and a Norfolk U.S. District Court dismisses her suit for rescission under the TILA. Moazed v. First Union Mortg. Corp., 319 F. Supp. ...

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