The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act case whose outcome could shield banks and other lenders from litigation under a wide range of federal and state laws.
The court will decide in the fall whether a consumer who purchased title insurance through a referral arrangement that allegedly violated Respa's anti-kickback provisions can sue in federal court if she cannot show actual injury.
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