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Ninth Circuit Holds Plaintiffs Not Required To Plead Tender Or Ability To Tender To Support TILA Rescission Claim

On July 16, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit held that an allegation of tender or ability to tender is not required to support a TILA rescission claim. Merritt v. Countrywide Fin. Corp., No. 17678, 2014 WL...more

Eighth Circuit Reaffirms that Notice Alone is Insufficient to Effectuate TILA Rescission

The United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit affirmed a lower court’s opinion rejecting plaintiffs’ attempt to rescind a loan agreement after the loan had already been foreclosed, ruling that the foreclosure...more

Promises to Keep—Lender Beware: California Supreme Court Expands Parol Evidence Fraud Exception

In 1935, the California Supreme Court in Bank of America National Trust and Savings Ass’n v. Pendergrass prohibited a borrower from introducing external or parol evidence to demonstrate fraud in connection with an agreement...more

Third Circuit TILA rescission decision adopts CFPB position

The Third Circuit has now joined the Fourth Circuit in ruling that a lawsuit seeking rescission filed more than there years after loan consummation is timely as long as the borrower sent a written notice of rescission within...more

Borrower Can Sue After Three Years to Rescind Mortgage Loan, 3rd Circuit Rules

A borrower can bring a lawsuit seeking rescission more than three years after loan consummation as long as the borrower has sent a written notice of rescission within the three-year period, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the...more

Fourth Circuit Suggests Borrower Must Plead Tender In TILA Rescission Case

On December 10, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit affirmed in an unpublished per curiam opinion the dismissal of a TILA rescission claim because of the borrower’s failure to allege tender of the net loan...more

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