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Idaho Real Estate & Development Law Update: How Much Diligence is Due?

All buyers of real estate know they need to do their homework. That process is sometimes called “due diligence.” But how much diligence is due? The recent decision of the Idaho Supreme Court in Tiller White, LLC v. Canyon...more

Priority of Future Advances Under Idaho Deeds of Trust Now in Doubt

In Liberty Bankers Life Insurance Co. v. Witherspoon, No. 41993, 2016 WL 74987 (Idaho Jan. 6, 2016), the Idaho Supreme Court examined a loan modification agreement in which a lender agreed to release real property from its...more

Idaho Statute Protecting the Priority of Future Advances Does Not Apply to Deeds of Trust

In Liberty Bankers Life Insurance Co. v. Witherspoon, No. 41993, 2016 WL 74987 (Idaho Jan. 6, 2016), the Idaho Supreme Court examined a loan modification agreement in which the lender agreed to release certain real property...more

Idaho Real Estate & Development Law Update: In Idaho, CC&R Amendments May Add New Burdens, Not Just Modify Existing Ones

In the recent case of Virgil Adams v. Kimberley One Townhouse, released June 22, 2015, the Idaho Supreme Court covered some new ground and revisited some old ground. The case involved a townhouse subdivision governed by a...more

Idaho Real Estate & Development Law Update: No Action for Negligence When a Title Company Errs in Preparing Legal Description for...

In the case of Cummings v. Stephens released September 19, 2014, the Idaho Supreme Court reiterated some settled rules about when a title insurance company can be found liable for negligence. In the case, a title company...more

2/13/2015  /  Negligence , Title Insurance

Idaho Real Estate & Development Law Update: Lease Not Modified by Estoppel Certificate or by Long Failure to Exercise Rights

In the case of Pocatello Hospital v. Quail Ridge Medical Investor released August 1, 2014, the Idaho Supreme Court covered some new ground and revisited some old ground in ruling that a lease was not modified implicitly by...more

Idaho Real Estate & Development Law Update: Lack of Corporate Formalities Will Not Destroy the Limited Liability Protection...

In the case of Wandering Trails v. Big Bite Excavation released June 18, 2014, the Idaho Supreme Court clarified the requirements for piercing the veil of a limited liability company or LLC and thereby imposing liability on...more

Where Subdivision Access Is Uncertain, Approval of the Subdivision Must Be Contingent Upon Judicial Resolution

In the case of Shinn v. Bd. of Comm’rs of Clearwater Cnty., released June 17, 2014, the Idaho Supreme Court covered some new ground and revisited some old ground....more

Provision in Lender's Title Insurance Policy Reducing Amount of Insurance by "Payments Made" Does Not Include Lender's Full Credit...

In the case of Bank of Idaho v. First American Title released June 17, 2014, the Idaho Supreme Court covered some new ground and revisited some old ground....more

Idaho Real Estate & Development Law Update: Robinson v. Mueller

In the case of Robinson v. Mueller released April 1, 2014, the Idaho Court of Appeals covered some new ground and revisited some old ground. New Ground: “As between a tenant’s social guest and the landlord--the...more

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