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Third-Party Complaint Does Not Prove Breach (access required)

Plaintiff mortgage company who had to repurchase a loan from Freddie Mac because the borrower misrepresented that the Massachusetts property would be his primary residence can sue defendant mortgage broker for breach of contract, but the Richmond U.S. District Court denies summary judgment to plaintiff; defendant broker’s third-party complaint against a title company, law firm ...

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