...things fixed, you have an ascertainable loss," adds Houston, of Houston & Totaro in West Caldwell. Paramus solo Clifford Ramundo, the attorney...
The execution of a mortgage foreclosure rescue plan gave rise to an unconscionable commercial practice under the Consumer Fraud Act
The Consumer Fraud Act applies to a post-foreclosure-judgment agreement involving a stand-alone extension of credit
Forbearance agreements in foreclosure cases, being stand-alone extensions of credit similar to loans, are subject to Consumer Fraud Act, the state Supreme Court rules
Absent a special relationship, the Consumer Fraud Act provides no remedy to a customer where a bank accepts fraudulent checks if the bank acts in conformity with the Uniform Commercial Code
The New Jersey Supreme Court is deciding whether the state's Consumer Fraud Act, already considered one of the broadest in the nation, can be stretched to apply to post-judgment settlement agreements
The Consumer Fraud Act applies to the stipulation of payment agreements executed by the nondebtor mortgagor to cure a default between the nondebtor mortgagor and the mortgage servicer
The state Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether a 20-year-old doctrine -- that damages must be resolved first and fees later in settlements of Consumer Fraud Act cases by public-interest counsel
Based on the decision of the New Jersey Supreme Court, which cannot determine whether the provisions in the arbitration clause in the mortgage loan are unconscionable until the ambiguities in the agr
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