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Homeowners' foreclosure and fraud claim against Chase Bank is summarily dismissed

In Younce v. JP Morgan Chase Bank, the plaintiffs sought to hold the bank accountable for using forged signatures to complete its foreclosure of their property in 2007.  The Bank argued that the statute of limitations had run.  The trial court agreed and the Court of Appeals upheld the decision because the plaintiffs "could have discovered the alleged forgery from the public record" and the husband admitted that he was aware of an improper lien on his house in "2009 or 2010."

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