Anthony Kaye

Anthony Kaye

Ballard Spahr LLP

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Supreme Court of Rhode Island Declares Usury Savings Clauses Void

For public policy reasons, the Rhode Island Supreme Court recently held that usury savings clauses are void and unenforceable. In NV One, LLC v. Potomac Home Capital, LLC, borrowers who had defaulted on their note filed a...more

2/28/2014 - Borrowers Commercial Loans Default Lenders Usury Void and Unenforceable

Auto Lease Cash Capitalized Cost Reduction Payment Refundable under SCRA, Maryland Federal Court Rules

In connection with a motion to dismiss, a Maryland federal district court has ruled that the cash “capitalized cost reduction” (CCR) payment allegedly made by a military servicemember upon signing his auto lease was...more

1/13/2014 - Automotive Industry Leases Military Service Members SCRA

FTC Emphasizes 'Aggressive Enforcement' and 'Vigorous Education' on Military Consumer Protection Issues

Charles A. Harwood, Deputy Director of the Bureau of Consumer Protection of the Federal Trade Commission, testified before a U.S. Senate committee last week about military consumer protection issues. Deputy Director Harwood's...more

11/27/2013 - CFPB Consumer Complaint System FTC Military Service Members Predatory Lending Unfair or Deceptive Trade Practices

Borrower Must File Suit before Foreclosure To Exercise Rescission Rights, Eighth Circuit Holds

The Eighth Circuit recently held that a borrower must file suit before foreclosure to exercise rescission rights under TILA. The court now joins the Ninth and Tenth Circuits in holding that notice alone is not sufficient. In...more

10/24/2013 - Borrowers Foreclosure Mortgages Rescission TILA

Georgia Court Reiterates that Creditors Seeking Deficiency Judgments Must Adhere to 30-Day Foreclosure Sale Confirmation Rule

In a recent opinion, the Georgia Court of Appeals reaffirmed that creditors who wish to seek deficiency judgments following a non-judicial foreclosure must seek to have the sale confirmed within 30 days of the sale....more

8/28/2013 - Creditors Deficiency Judgments Foreclosure Mortgages

Secret Lender-Buyer Side Deal Renders Seller Subordination Agreement Unenforceable

A California Appellate Court ruled recently that a seller’s subordination agreement was unenforceable where the buyer and the lender entered into a side agreement between themselves that the seller knew nothing about and that...more

8/26/2013 - Construction Loans Subordination Void and Unenforceable

South Carolina Supreme Court: Lenders Modifying Loans Do Not Engage in Unauthorized Law Practice

The South Carolina Supreme Court recently ruled that lender loan modifications do not constitute the unauthorized practice of law....more

7/1/2013 - Lenders Loan Modifications Loans Refinancing Unauthorized Practice of Law

Texas Supreme Court: Discount Points are Subject to Fee Cap for Home Equity Loans and Lines of Credit

In a decision that likely will have a dampening effect on the home equity lending market in Texas, the Texas Supreme Court ruled on June 21, 2013, that lenders are prohibited from treating discount points and lender fees as...more

6/28/2013 - Fees Foreclosure Home Equity Home Equity Line of Credit Homestead Exemption Lenders

Mortgage Banking Update: 10th Circuit: Law Firm Not Required To Flag Erroneous Credit Reports in Foreclosure Proceeding

A law firm hired to foreclose on a property was not required under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) to inform a credit reporting agency of erroneously negative credit reports on the borrower, even if the firm...more

5/3/2013 - Credit Reporting Agencies Credit Reports FDCPA Foreclosure

Mortgage Banking Update - March 21, 2013

In This Issue: - Uniform State Test Implementation Nearing - Mortgage Servicer's Alleged Failure To Be Licensed Subjects Company to Claims under State and Federal Debt Collection Statutes - Sixth Circuit...more

3/21/2013 - Amount in Controversy CAFA Class Action Data Protection Debt Collection FDCPA Foreclosure FTC HOA Licenses Liens Mobile Payments Mortgages Privity of Contract Res Judicata Robo-Signing SCOTUS Uniform State Test

Mortgage Banking Update - February 21, 2013

In This Issue: - MERS Has Power To Assign Interest in Deed of Trust, Borrower Can Challenge Assignment of Mortgage, First Circuit Rules - Federal Judge Refuses To Dismiss Arizona Mortgage Class Action Alleging...more

2/21/2013 - CFPB Class Action Debt Collectors Deed of Trust Disclosure Requirements DOJ Fair Lending Fraud Information Sharing Interest Rates Licenses MERS Mortgage Loan Originators

MERS Has Power To Assign Interest in Deed of Trust, Borrower Can Challenge Assignment of Mortgage, First Circuit Rules

Under Massachusetts law, Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., or MERS, has the power, as nominee beneficiary, to assign its interest under a deed of trust, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit has ruled....more

2/20/2013 - Assignments Borrowers Deed of Trust Equitable Trustees Foreclosure Legal Title MERS Standing

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