The city of Los Angeles filed a civil lawsuit Wednesday against Deutsche Bank, claiming the German bank failed to maintain foreclosed properties and illegally evicted hundreds of low-income renters.

The 106-page complaint, filed in the Los Angeles Superior Court, seeks potentially hundreds of millions of dollars in restitution to current and former tenants and reimbursement to the city for repairs, inspections and penalties.

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