Real Estate Developer Ducks TCPA Suit Over Marketing Texts

Law360 (August 15, 2019, 7:41 PM EDT) -- A Florida woman couldn't show that real estate investment company CA Ventures was behind unwanted text messages promoting a Miami apartment building, a federal judge said Thursday in dismissing the case.

Brittany Cortazar didn't provide any proof to rebut CA Ventures' sworn statement that it doesn't own or operate the building that was the subject of the texts, Judge Ursula Ungaro said in the Telephone Consumer Protection Act case. Because Cortazar couldn't show that CA Ventures was the right party to sue, the court didn't have jurisdiction over the case, the order said.

"[Cortazar] swears to no facts showing that defendant...

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