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Santander Makes Yonkers Towing A Federal Case Citing US Constitution and 42 USC 1983

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Dec 31 – Santander Consumer USA, Inc. has sued the City of Yonkers, citing the U.S. Constitution, for towing vehicles in which Santander has a security interest. 

 Now on New Year's Eve Santander has complained to U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Magistrate Judge Paul E. Davison about Yonkers not cooperating with discovery.  

 Santanter writes, "This is a 42 USC 1983 case regarding the policies and customs of Yonkers and its towing agent, APOW... the only document Yonkers produced was a redacted letter relating to some other seized vehicle. This is not a sufficient production."  

 Depositions are to be completed by January 29, 2021.

The case is Santander Consumer USA, Inc. v. The City of Yonkers, et al., 20-cv-4553 (Karas / Davison)


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