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CASE NO. 4:11-cv-177 (CDL)
JASON M. COX, et al., Plaintiffs, v. COMMUNITY LOANS OF AMERICA, INC., et al., Defendants.
, Estevan Castillo and Leo Thomas Tookes Jr. (collectively, “Plaintiffs”) are users of the usa Military who joined vehicle title pawn deals with among the Defendants and had been later on struggling to redeem their vehicle games. Plaintiffs’ cars have either been repossessed or are at the mercy of repossession. Plaintiffs allege that their car title pawn transactions are void from the inception because they’re forbidden because of the federal Military Lending Act (“MLA”), 10 U.S.C. § 987. Defendants Community Loans of America, Inc., Alabama Title Loans, Inc. And Georgia car Pawn, Inc. (collectively, “Defendants”) filed A movement to Dismiss (ECF No. 32) depending on an arbitration clause within the contracts that are relevant. Defendants keep that the arbitration clauses are enforceable therefore the deals try not to break the MLA. Given that Court announced throughout the hearing from the movement, Defendants’ movement is rejected. This purchase sets forth the good grounds for the ruling.
Plaintiffs relate to the transactions as “vehicle title loans. ” Defendants reference the transactions as “vehicle title pawns. “
The Court additionally observes that Plaintiffs have actually filed a movement for Preliminary Injunction (ECF No. 20), looking for initial injunctive relief when it comes to called Plaintiffs and all sorts of prospective users of the class that is putative. Continue reading This class that is putative involves automobile name pawns. Plaintiffs Jason M. Cox.