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December 2012 Archives

Maryland Man Who Deposited Money into Account He Didn't Own Can't Recover Funds in Credit Card Dispute

Hand with money.jpgMaryland's federal trial court recently decided a collection case with a slight twist - a man deposited money into an account that wasn't his and sued to recover when the funds were used to offset a past due debt on a credit card associated with the account.

Court of Appeals: Foreclosure Notices Must Identify All Secured Parties

Hose with arrow and question mark.jpgIn a ruling that can only be described as common sense, the state's top court recently ruled that a foreclosure notice must identify all the secured parties; however, there are circumstances when the failure to identify a secured party is not fatal to a foreclosure action.

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