Volume 25 - Number 22
October 27, 2014
Castle & Cooke Now Facing Class Action From Prior Claimants
The $13 million settlement reached between the CFPB and Castle & Cooke Mortgage Co. back in November 2013 was not the end of the dispute for the mortgage lender. It now faces a possible class-action lawsuit brought by one of the aggrieved parties who had already been compensated under the terms of the settlement with the bureau. Homeowner Luis Cabrales, on behalf of himself and perhaps in excess of 9,500 similarly situated individuals, recently filed his complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California, Fresno Division. The class, so far, has not been certified. The legal argument is that the applicable statutes of limitation of the claims alleged in the new complaint were “tolled” (suspended or ...
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