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Performance Makes Contract Enforceable (access required)

A mortgage company may sue defendant bank on a claim that it had to buy back residential mortgage loans that it sold to a third-party investor because defendant bank, who sold plaintiff the loans, failed to follow underwriting guidelines in plaintiff’s Manual; the Richmond U.S. District Court says it’s clear the parties’ post-formation performance renders ...

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