Ohio Eighth District Court of Appeals holds that an assignee of a residential mortgage loan can be liable under Ohio’s Consumer Sales Practices Act.
Ohio title agents dealing with mobile homes must take into consideration whether they are “affixed” to real property prior to surrendering title.
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