On July 7th, the First Circuit reinstated a homeowner's lawsuit against his lender, Countrywide Home Loans, for unjust enrichment and violation of the Massachusetts consumer protection law. Genuine issues of material fact exist regarding whether Countrywide fraudulently inflated the homeowner's occupation title and income so that it could qualify him for a mortgage loan for which he would not have qualified and which Countrywide knew he could not repay. Frappier v. Countrywide Home Loans, Inc.