Manchester v. JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A.
If you had a mortgage on property in Hawaii that was sold at a non-judicial foreclosure sale between June 2008 and May 2011 and the loan servicer was JPMorgan Chase Bank or a related company, then the proposed Settlement of a class action lawsuit may affect your rights.
- The Notice explains what the class action lawsuit is about, what the proposed settlement of the class action (the “Settlement”) will be if it is approved by the Circuit Court of the First Circuit, State of Hawaii (the “Court”), what benefits you may receive under the Settlement, and what to do if you want to (i) object to the Settlement or (ii) not participate in the Settlement and instead “opt out” of the class action. These rights and options – and the deadlines to exercise them – are explained in this Notice.
- The Court still has to decide whether to approve the Settlement. The relief provided to the people who participate in the Settlement (the “Settlement Class”) will be provided if the Court approves the Settlement and after appeals, if any, are resolved in favor of the Settlement. Please be patient.
- Your legal rights may be affected whether you act or do not act. Read this Notice carefully because it explains decisions you must make and actions you must take now.
|DO NOTHING||If you do nothing, you will be eligible for a payment through the Settlement and will be bound by any orders or judgment relating to the Settlement approved by the Court.|
|EXCLUDE YOURSELF||If you exclude yourself, you will not be entitled to money, but you will keep your right to sue JPMC on your own about the claims discussed in this Notice. An exclusion request must be submitted in writing and postmarked on or before July 22, 2019.|
|OBJECT TO THE SETTLEMENT||You can write to the Court about why you do not agree with any aspect of the Settlement. An objection must be submitted in writing and postmarked on or before July 22, 2019.|
|GO TO A HEARING||You can ask to speak in Court about the “fairness” of the Settlement, after you submit your objection. A Notice of Intention to Appear must be submitted in writing, filed, and postmarked on or before July 22, 2019 in addition to submitting a timely objection.|
JULY 19, 2019 UPDATE:
- The deadline for submitting address verification forms has been extended to August 31, 2019 from the previous date of July 22, 2019. If you are submitting your form via the Settlement Website, it must be submitted no later than August 31, 2019. If you are mailing your form to the Settlement Administrator, it must be postmarked by August 31, 2019. Please note that this does not affect any of the other deadlines ordered by the Court.
- The Court has changed the date and time of the Final Approval Hearing to September 27, 2019, at 9:00 a.m.