|Irby-Greene v. M.O.R., Inc.
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|Author:||admin [ Sat Sep 23, 2006 7:07 am ]|
|Post subject:||Irby-Greene v. M.O.R., Inc.|
In Irby-Greene v. M.O.R., Inc., 79 F.Supp.2d 630 (E.D.Va.2000), this court agreed with the numerous other courts that have followed the language of the commentary to the Holder Rule, holding that â€œmost courts have concluded that the primary purpose of [the Holder Rule] is to provide a defense to claims brought by the creditor; any affirmative use of the clause has generally been limited to the rare situation when the seller's breach renders the transaction practically worthless to the consumer.â€
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