GAONA v. TOWN & COUNTRY CREDIT, 02-1066
Fact that appraisal had not been completed did not prevent parties from becoming contractually obligated under the Truth in Lending Act, and the district court did not err in finding that this alleged deficiency did not entitle plaintiff to an extended recession period. State statute of limitations for personal injury actions applies to claims under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
- Decided 03/31/2003
- Published 03/31/2003
JOHN R. GIBSON, Circuit Judge., Before MURPHY, JOHN R. GIBSON, and MELLOY, Circuit Judges.
United States Eighth Circuit
John M. Tancabel, argued, St. Paul, MN, for appellant.
Andre Hanson, argued, Minneapolis, MN (James K. Langdon II and Anna E. Shimanek, on the brief), for appellee.