Estep v. Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
||Verlie James Estep, Jr. and Patricia Jo Estep
||Seneca Trustees, Inc. and Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
||January 28, 2013
||West Virginia Southern District Court
||Irene C. Berger
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||28:1441 Notice of Removal
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|May 16, 2013
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER granting in part and denying in part Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation's 4 MOTION to Dismiss. The Court Orders that the motion be Granted as to the following claims: (1) breach of contract based upon improp er notice of Freddie Mac's substitution of trustees; (2) violations of the WVCCPA; and (3) unjust enrichment, and that said claims be Dismissed With Prejudice as to Freddie Mac. The Court further Orders that the motion be Denied as to the foll owing claims (1) breach of contract claim based on improper notice of Freddie Mac's assignments of the Deed of Trust and Defendants' failure to accept payments; (2) breach of contract based upon Freddie Mac's failure to provide adequate legal notice of the foreclosure sale; and (3) breach of the duty of good faith and fair dealing. Signed by Judge Irene C. Berger on 5/16/2013. (cc: attys; any unrepresented party) (cds)
|March 27, 2014
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER: The Court ORDERS that the Defendant Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation's 17 MOTION for Summary Judgment be GRANTED. Signed by Judge Irene C. Berger on 3/27/2014. (cc: attys; any unrepresented party) (slr)
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