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Court: Despite lender’s use of wrong form, no TILA claim (access required)

A mortgage lender did not violate federal consumer protection law when it failed to use the correct notice form for a mortgage refinancing, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said last week. Case law supports strict interpretation of lender ...

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Law Firm Must Discuss Malpractice Policy (access required)

In a pro se plaintiff’s suit under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, a Richmond U.S. District Court denies plaintiff’s motion to quash defendant’s subpoena to testify and produce documents related to plaintiff’s relationship with a law firm whose malpractice ...

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Foreclosure Complied With Deferral Agreement (access required)

The Alexandria U.S. District Court granted lender and a substitute trustee summary judgment on borrowers’ breach of contract, emotional distress and fraud claims; lender’s actions complied with the deed of trust and subsequent agreement to defer foreclosure to allow review ...

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