Phoenix Light SF and Other Investors Sue Bank of America Over $261 Million in RMBS

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On November 13, Phoenix Light SF Limited and other investors filed a summons with notice in the Supreme Court for the State of New York against Bank of America and various Countrywide affiliates. Plaintiffs assert claims for common-law fraud, fraudulent inducement, negligent misrepresentation, and aiding and abetting fraud arising out of their alleged purchase of $261 million of RMBS. Plaintiffs allege misrepresentations in the offering documents regarding underwriting guidelines, loan characteristics, the securities’ credit ratings, and the validity of the trusts and the assignments of loans to the trusts. The case seeks over $122 million in damages. Summons with Notice.

Topics:  Bank of America, RMBS

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