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CONSUMER FRAUD CASE AGAINST NEW JERSEY AUTOMOBILE DEALERSHIP FOR REFUSING TO TAKE BACK VEHICLE AFTER CREDIT APPLICATION WAS DECLINED
CONSUMER FRAUD CASE AGAINST NEW JERSEY AUTOMOBILE DEALERSHIP FOR REFUSING TO TAKE BACK VEHICLE AFTER CREDIT APPLICATION WAS DECLINED
Case Against Large New Jersey Automobile Dealership and Finance Company for Fraud, Violation of the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act
Lawsuit Filed Against Large New Jersey Automobile Dealership and Finance Company for Fraud, Violation of the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act, violation of NJ RICO Statute and Breach of Contract
Case Against Bergen County Home Improvement Contractor for Violation of Consumer Fraud Act
Case Against Bergen County Home Improvement Contractor for Violation of Consumer Fraud Act
BAD FAITH CASE AGAINST HIGH POINT INSURANCE COMPANY FOR DENYING COVERAGE TO HOMEOWNERS IN AN ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING CASE
BAD FAITH CASE AGAINST HIGH POINT INSURANCE COMPANY FOR DENYING COVERAGE TO HOMEOWNERS IN AN ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING CASE
Bad Faith Claim Against Large Auto Insurer for Denial of Claim
Bad Faith Claim Against Large Auto Insurer for Denial of Claim
Consumer Fraud Case Against Home Improvement Contractor
Consumer Fraud Misrepresentation Contractor
How a $20 Parking Ticket Became An $80 Million Liability
“Aggravating” is one way to describe a parking ticket. But when the ticket displays the car owner's name and address, it becomes dangerous, at least according to the Seventh Circuit.
Stopping a Foreclosure Sale by Obtaining a Temporary Restraining Order and Preliminary Injunction
This article advises on your rights to bring litigation against your lender regarding violations of the California Homeowners Bill of Rights and the various court remedies.

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