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Home Owners Loan Act does not preempt a state law breach of contract claim

The Home Owners Loan Act does not preempt a state law breach of contract claim that the bank miscalculated adjusted interest rates on loans, since common law breach of contract claims impose no requirements other than those the bank voluntarily assumed in its own agreements. The Home Owners Loan Act does not preempt a state […]

via Campidoglio v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. — California Appellate Tracker

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