Curtis v. U.S. Bank National Association

50 A.3d 558 (2012)

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Curtis v. U.S. Bank National Association

Maryland Court of Appeals
50 A.3d 558 (2012)

Facts

Harrison Price owned a property that he leased to Judy Curtis (defendant). Price defaulted on the mortgage, and foreclosure proceedings were initiated against the property. U.S. Bank National Association (bank) (plaintiff) purchased the property at the foreclosure sale. After acquiring the property, the bank sent two notices to Curtis. The first notice stated that Curtis was required to immediately vacate the property. The second notice stated that Curtis was required to vacate the property in 90 days. The bank later filed a motion for possession, seeking to remove Curtis from the property. Curtis opposed the motion, contending that the bank did not comply with the federal Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act (PTFA). The trial court granted the bank’s motion for possession. Curtis appealed.

Rule of Law

Issue

Holding and Reasoning (McDonald, J.)

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