Second federal suit challenging Colorado foreclosure law emerges

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Second federal suit challenging Colorado foreclosure law emerges

Second federal suit challenging Colorado foreclosure law emerges

Read the order here: Mbaku et al v. Bank of America | Challenge to the constitutionality of Rule 120 of the Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure is certified to the Colorado Attorney General

Denver Post-

A second federal lawsuit contesting the constitutionality of Colorado’s foreclosure laws has emerged.

Unlike the case of an Aurora woman who obtained an interim federal injunction against the foreclosure auction of her house, the other involves a federal judge who decided a Denver man’s 14th Amendment guarantee of due process was in question.

U.S. District Judge Philip Brimmer last week dismissed the entirety of John Mbaku’s complaint against Bank of America that challenged the bank’s right to foreclose on his condominium. Brimmer determined there was a constitutional issue, though Mbaku didn’t bring it up specifically.

[THE DENVER POST]

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