Credit fraud

Mortgage fraud lawsuit returned to Minnesota state court

By James Nani (September 15, 2021, 6:55 p.m. EDT) — A federal judge in Minnesota on Wednesday returned to state court a lawsuit alleging a developer fraudulently obtained millions of dollars in housing tax credits low-income people, concluding that the dispute was primarily with state law.

U.S. District Judge Michael J. Davis found that the tenants’ proposed class action did not seek to challenge the overpayment of public housing tax credits or the amount of credits received by developer Dominium Management Services LLC. . Additionally, the lawsuit was not filed by the Internal Revenue Service or any other entity seeking to “recoup ill-gotten tax credits,” the judge said.

Instead, the lawsuit was brought by residents of Minnesota…

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