Judge denies Deutsche Bank bid to dismiss claims over foreclosures, illegal evictions of poor L.A. tenants

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Judge denies Deutsche Bank bid to dismiss claims over foreclosures, illegal evictions of poor L.A. tenants

Judge denies Deutsche Bank bid to dismiss claims over foreclosures, illegal evictions of poor L.A. tenants

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A judge has denied Deutsche Bank AG’s bid to dismiss a lawsuit by the city of Los Angeles accusing it of letting hundreds of foreclosed properties fall into disrepair and illegally evicting low-income tenants, a representative for the city’s attorney said on Wednesday.

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Elihu Berle allowed the 2011 civil enforcement action to proceed, according to the city attorney’s office. The ruling was made during an April 8 hearing and a written decision was issued late on Tuesday, the city said.

“This ruling will now allow our action to move forward to trial and ultimately to holding the bank accountable for its intolerable practice or perpetuating blight,” city attorney Carmen Trutanich said in a statement.

[REUTERS]

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One Response to “Judge denies Deutsche Bank bid to dismiss claims over foreclosures, illegal evictions of poor L.A. tenants”

  1. JOI says:

    GOD BE TO GLORY…THANK YOU IN THE NAME OF JESUS…AMEN THESE CROOKS ARE HORRIBLE AND THEIR TIME TO FAIL AT EVERY WICKED AND DECEITFUL THING THEY DO IS GOING TO FAIL, FALTER & FALL.

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