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MISSOURI CLASS ACTION: FRASER v. BANK OF AMERICA

MISSOURI CLASS ACTION: FRASER v. BANK OF AMERICA


Via: ForeclosureBlues

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WA STATE CLASS ACTION: “HAMP MODIFICATIONS” SOPER v. BANK OF AMERICA

WA STATE CLASS ACTION: “HAMP MODIFICATIONS” SOPER v. BANK OF AMERICA


COUNT I:

BREACH OF CONTRACT / BREACH OF DUTY OF GOOD FAITH
AND FAIR DEALING

COUNT II:

PROMISSORY ESTOPPEL, IN THE ALTERNATIVE

COUNT III:

VIOLATION OF CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT,
RCW 19.86.010 ET SEQ

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CA CLASS ACTION: FORSTER v. WELLS FARGO, AMERICA’S SERVICING COMPANY “Fraudulent Modification Practices”

CA CLASS ACTION: FORSTER v. WELLS FARGO, AMERICA’S SERVICING COMPANY “Fraudulent Modification Practices”


FIRST CAUSE OF ACTION

(Breach of Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing)

SECOND CAUSE OF ACTION

(Equitable Estoppel)

THIRD CAUSE OF ACTION

(Inducing Breach of Contract)

FOURTH CAUSE OF ACTION

(Unjust Enrichment)

FIFTH CAUSE OF ACTION

(Violation of California Business & Professional Code 17200, et seq., Unlawful, Unfair, or Fraudulent Business Practices)

WELLS FARGO CA

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ILLINOIS CLASS ACTION: “Special Process Server” WASHINGTON v. WELLS FARGO, BofA

ILLINOIS CLASS ACTION: “Special Process Server” WASHINGTON v. WELLS FARGO, BofA


Excerpt:

The Special Process Server in the Mortgage Foreclosure Action was
purportedly appointed pursuant to the Administrative Order. The purported
appointment took place before Defendant initiated the Mortgage Foreclosure
Action. The purported appointment violated Section 2O2 and was, therefore,
ineffective, unlawful and void.

WASHINGTON v Wells Fargo, Bank of America

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NY CLASS ACTION: ‘Accelerating Foreclosure, Robo-Signers’ BRIAN COSTIGAN v. Citigroup

NY CLASS ACTION: ‘Accelerating Foreclosure, Robo-Signers’ BRIAN COSTIGAN v. Citigroup


FIRST COUNT

Breach of Contract

SECOND COUNT

Breach of Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing

THIRD COUNT

Fraud/Intentional Misrepresentation

FOURTH COUNT

Constructive Fraud/Negligent Misrepresentation

FIFTH COUNT

Negligent Processing of Loan Modifications and Foreclosures

SIXTH COUNT

Violation of the New York Deceptive Practices Act, N.Y. Gen. Bus. Law 349, et.seq.

SEVENTH COUNT

Violation of the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act (“CFA”), N.J.S.A. 56.8-1, et. seq.

EIGHTH COUNT

Violation of Constitutional Rights Under Color of State Law, 42 U.S.C. 1983

BRIAN COSTIGAN v. Citigroup

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NY SECURITIES CLASS ACTION: DODONA v. GOLDMAN SACHS

NY SECURITIES CLASS ACTION: DODONA v. GOLDMAN SACHS


Excerpt:

According to the Senate Subcommittee […]

“Investment banks such as Goldman Sachs were not simply market-makers, they were self-interested promoters of risky and complicated financial schemes that helped trigger the crisis…They bundled toxic mortgages into complex financial instruments, got the credit rating agencies to label them as AAA securities, and sold them to investors, magnifying and spreading risk throughout the financial system, and all too often betting against the instruments they sold and profiting at the expense of their clients…The 2009 Goldman Sachs annual report stated that the firm ‘did not generate enormous revenues by betting against residential related products’…These e-mails show that, in fact, Goldman made a lot of money by betting against the mortgage market.”

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NY CLASS ACTION | MENASHE v. STEVEN J. BAUM, P.C.

NY CLASS ACTION | MENASHE v. STEVEN J. BAUM, P.C.


JACOB MENASHE

against

STEVEN J. BAUM, P.C.

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