Chase Looks To Nix 'Frivolous' Fla. Foreclosure Suit

By Matthew Guarnaccia (July 25, 2018, 9:27 PM EDT) -- JPMorgan Chase Bank NA asked a Florida federal judge Tuesday to sanction a man claiming the bank and others committed fraud in connection with a foreclosure action taken on a property in Orlando, calling the case "frivolous" and saying the man and his attorney know there is no reasonable basis for the lawsuit.

Chase urged U.S. District Judge John Antoon II to dismiss Timothy Van Dyke's lawsuit and award attorneys' fees and costs, contending the claims were resolved in 2010 when a Florida state court entered a final judgment against Van Dyke in a foreclosure action.

While Van Dyke claims Chase...

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