This is terrific. Reading just the synopsis is extremely emotional. There is a movie here, Mary!
That’s right. Mary beat the bank. Again.
In an appeal, U.S. Bank tried to get out of paying Mary McCulley the $6 million a Montana jury awarded her back in 2014. Yesterday, the Supreme Court of Montana decided against U.S. Bank—they’re going to owe McCulley the $6 million, plus interest from the earliest possible date they could owe it, not the later one that had been bandied about.
Here is the Court’s own synopsis:
Mary McCulley bought a condominium in Bozeman and sought a 30-year, residential loan for $300,000 from Heritage Bank, which later merged with U.S. Bank. She later sued the Bank, alleging the Bank defrauded her by instead issuing an 18-month, $300,000 commercial loan, and failing to notify her of the change. When McCulley could not obtain refinancing and the condominium went into foreclosure, she attempted suicide. The jury found that the Bank defrauded McCulley and…
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