Tort/Negligence – Fraud & Negligent Misrepresentation – Civil Practice – Pleading Specificity – Reasonable Reliance – Real Property – Value – Banks & BankingJulian v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Not only did plaintiffs fail to specify which employees of defendant Southeastern Waterfront Marketing, Inc. made false representations to them, but plaintiffs also claimed to rely on predictions of future increases in the value of the land they decided to buy. Plaintiffs failed to state a claim of fraud against Southeastern.
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Published: May 23, 2012
Time posted: 11:15 am
Tags: Banks & Banking, Civil Practice, Fraud & Negligent Misrepresentation, Pleading Specificity, Real Property, Reasonable Reliance, Tort/Negligence, Value