Aceves ruling: Foreclosed homeowner has cause to sue bank for fraud

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Aceves ruling: Foreclosed homeowner has cause to sue bank for fraud. While the court ruled that a case for fraud–which includes claims for damages–could proceed, it also ruled that the homeowner, Claudia Jacqueline Aceves, lacked sufficient cause to get her home back after the foreclosure sale.

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suing for wrongful foreclosure – a must read. By consumerrightsdefenders on April 6, 2013 in Uncategorized In California, the tort of wrongful foreclosure requires: (1) a legally owed duty to the Plaintiff by the foreclosing party (2) a breach of that duty (3) a causal connection between the breach of that duty and the injury the Plaintiff.

California :Aceves ruling: Foreclosed homeowner has cause to sue bank for fraud A California appeals court ruled that U.S. Bank reneged on its promise to negotiate a mortgage modification, which is sufficient cause for the homeowner to sue the bank for fraud in a scathing ruling alleging the bank never had any intention of working with the homeowner.

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 · In total, Linza and ULC sued on 11 causes of action including fraud, breach of contract, and intentional infliction of emotional distress. Homeowners in California may sue on a fraud cause of action for false promise if a bank promises a homeowner a modification, but ends up denying the it, based on the California case by ULC, Bushell v.