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Civil Practice — Federal Jurisdiction – Diversity – Fraudulent Joinder – Statute of Limitations – Federal Question – Real Property – Inflated Appraisals – Banks & Banking (access required)

Low v. VantageSouth Bank (Lawyers Weekly No. 002-054-15, 6 pp.) (Bruce Howe Hendricks, J.) 4:13-cv-03396; D.S.C. Holding: The complaint does not indicate when plaintiffs should have learned (1) about defendants’ alleged conspiracy or (2) that defendants’ appraisals were negligent or fraudulent; therefore, the court cannot say that plaintiffs’ claims against defendant McNutt are time-barred or that ...

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