Burns v. Ferro , 1991 WL 53834 (1991) (Not Reported)

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The Superior Court held that material questions of fact surrounded the questions presented, and summary judgment was therefore not appropriate. Chrysler First Financial made loans to consumers that were used to purchase portions of an illegal pyramid scheme. Because it was unclear whether Chrysler was an "intermediary" as defined under state law, summary judgment was inappropriate.

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