III. JUDGMENT REGARDING THE PLEADINGS
The defendants contend that the test court erred in granting a judgment from the pleadings on the counterclaims for fraudulence. To put it simply, a movement for judgment in the pleadings must be provided вЂњwhen it is obvious through the face of this problem that for no reason could relief be issued.вЂќ Davis v. Ford engine Co., 747 N.E.2d 1146, 1151 (Ind.Ct.App), trans. rejected. вЂњThe basic guideline is the fact that an issue lacking under T.R. 9(B) does not state a claim which is why relief may be awarded and it is therefore properly dismissed.вЂќ Weber v. Costin, 654 N.E.2d 1130, 1134 (Ind.Ct.App).
Indiana Trial Rule 9(B) states that most averments of fraudulence must certanly be pled with specificity regarding the вЂњcircumstances constituting fraud.вЂќ The party alleging fraud must specifically allege the elements of fraud, the time, place, and substance of false reports, and any facts that were misrepresented, as well as the identity of what was procured by fraud in order to meet this burden. Continental Basketball Association, Inc. v. Ellenstein companies, 669 N.E.2d 134, 138 (Ind). Failure to conform to the guideline’s specificity demands comprises a deep failing to convey a claim upon which relief may thus be granted, any pleading which does not match the needs does not raise a concern of product reality. Cunningham v. Associates Capital Services Corp., 421 N.E.2d 681, 683 n. 2 (Ind.Ct.App). These needs are not restricted to law that is common but expand to any or all actions that вЂњsound in fraudulence.вЂќ McKinney v. Indiana, 693 N.E.2d 65, 71 (Ind).
The SLA states that the вЂњagreement pertaining to a loan that is small perhaps perhaps maybe not allow for costs due to a standard because of the debtor aside from those especially authorized by this chapter.вЂќ Ind.Code В§ 24-4.5-7-406.