Arbitration – Real Property – Title Insurance – Borrower – Statutory Violation Claims – Class ActionHamilton v. Mortgage Information Services, Inc. The plaintiff-borrower, who didn’t negotiate or sign the title insurance contract, is not bound by its arbitration clause when she sues for statutory violations.
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Published: December 27, 2012
Time posted: 9:52 am
Tags: Arbitration, borrower, Class Action, Real Property, Statutory Violation Claims, title insurance