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CASE ENTRY

Hasan v. Chase Bank U.S.A.

Denver physician pays $1mil via credit cards for wine, pays off the balance on the cards. Yikes! The wine seller turns out to be a crook; the physician never receives the wine. Must the credit card companies refund him? The Tenth Circuit says no.


Tags: 2018, Bankruptcy, Statutory Interpretation, Tenth Circuit

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