Baltimore County State Delegate Faces Morgage Fraud Charges: Report

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REISTERSTOWN - Hasan M. “Jay” Jalisi, an outgoing Baltimore County Delegate, is facing charges of fraud, unjust enrichment, and breach of contract for a real estate deal, Baltimore Brew reports.

Jalisi spent the last eight years representing the Randallstown-Reisterstown 10th District. The longtime politician was slapped with a complaint by a Bethesda title company last Friday.

The suit alleges that Jalisi “negligently or intentionally” issued the incorrect account number for a deed of trust.

According to Baltimore Brew, The suit revolves around an upscale house in Reisterstown that was sold by a limited liability company controlled by Jalisi last October for $860,000.

The lawsuit, filed by Towson attorney Michael T. Wyatt, charges:

“Defendant LLC (through Jalisi, its managing member) materially breached the quoted terms by misrepresenting the payoff amount to Sage. . . and committed mortgage fraud as defined and contemplated by the Maryland Code.”

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