Pro se PREVAILS on “fraud count” | Paul Farah v. Wells Fargo Home Mortgage | AFFIRMED in part, VACATED in part, and REMANDED | Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit

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Paul Farah v. Wells Fargo Home Mortgage

(9th Cir. 2016)

Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit

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In light of these additional allegations regarding nondisclosure of material information, we conclude that the district court erred in dismissing Farah’s fraud claim against Wells Fargo Home Mortgage. ……(setting forth circumstances, including exclusive knowledge or partial suppression of material facts, in which nondisclosure constitutes actionable fraud);

Accordingly, we vacate the judgment as to Farah’s fraud claim against Wells Fargo Home Mortgage and remand for further consideration consistent with this disposition.

AFFIRMED in part, VACATED in part, and REMANDED.


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