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Volume 2014 - Number 40

October 23, 2014

Consumer Who Benefited From CFPB Consent Order Against Castle & Cooke Files Class Action

In what may be a first, an individual borrower who received compensation under the terms of the consent order the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau brought against Castle & Cooke Mortgage late last year has since filed a class-action lawsuit. The litigation was brought on the basis of the same alleged violations of the Truth in Lending Act, the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act and state law as were documented in the bureau’s enforcement action. Homeowner Luis Cabrales, on behalf of himself and “all others similarly situated,” recently filed...

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