A wrongful-foreclosure case reminds of a basic Twombly principle: “Green’s breach-of contract claim in her complaint alleged that Defendants violated conditions in the deed of trust, but she never explained which part of the deed was violated. It was only in response to Defendants’ summary judgment motion that Green identified the deed’s notice requirement as the specific violation. Her failure to specify her breach-of-contract claim in her complaint warrants dismissal of that claim.” Green v. Windsor Park Asset Holding Trust, No. 20-11226 (June 18, 2021, unpublished) (per curiam).

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