A Complaint has recently been filed in the Circuit Court of Palm Beach County, Florida against JPMorgan Chase Bank and Chase Home Finance, LLC. The 29-page Complaint alleges several causes of action including violations of the Florida RICO Act, and requests temporary and permanent injunctive relief on a national level to halt all Chase-related foreclosure activity in the eight separate states in which the Plaintiffs reside.
The Complaint alleges a pattern of criminal activity on the part of JPMorgan Chase Bank and Chase Home Finance in connection with the institution of both judicial and non-judicial foreclosures. These include but are not limited to the filing and recording of forged and fraudulent documents, fraudulent collection activities, intentional misuse of the MERS system, and the intentional misrepresentation in foreclosures across the United States. The four counts from the complaint include:
COUNT I: COMMON LAW FRAUD
COUNT II: CONSPIRACY TO DEFRAUD
COUNT III: VIOLATIONS OF FLORIDA CIVIL REMEDIES FOR CRIMINAL
PRACTICES ACT (FLORIDA RICO ACT)
COUNT IV: TEMPORARY AND PERMANENT INJUNCTIVE RELIEF
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