Judges Dismisses Breach Of Contract, Detrimental Reliance Claims In Katrina Suit

NEW ORLEANS – A mortgage agreement’s contractual provision does not place any duty on a mortgage company to pay flood insurance premiums or to provide notification if the flood insurance is canceled, a Louisiana federal judge found July 19, dismissing with leave to amend breach of contract and detrimental reliance claims against the mortgage company (Tameka Blackstone v. Chase Manhattan Mortgage Corporation, et al., No. 10-4604 SECTION: R[3], E.D. La.; 2011 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 78175).
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