Opinions: Maryland Court of Appeals

Banking Law Credit Agreement Act BOTTOM LINE: The statute of frauds provision in the Maryland Credit Agreement Act did not bar consideration of whether borrowers’ counterclaims, alleging negligence, fraud, and breach of fiduciary duty, were sufficient grounds to open, modify, or vacate the confessed judgment entered against them; however, parol evidence was inadmissible as grounds for declaring ...

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