Allegations that bank representatives made false statements of fact to induce homeowners to sign a mortgage modification and, as a result of this modification, the homeowners were unable to afford their increased monthly payments, may be adequate to allege the special defense of fraud in the inducement.
JP Morgan Chase Bank N.A. v. Essaghof
September 17, 2012
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