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Unlike real estate transactions where a lender can obtain title insurance, secured lenders are often relying upon the representations and warranties in their loan agreement and the borrower’s audited financial statements, if...more
Railroad Company Involved in Deadly Explosion Seeking Bankruptcy Protection
by Joel R. Glucksman on August 20, 2013
Railroad company Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Ltd., which has recently been in the
media spotlight for...more
Maryland's federal district court rejected the IRS contention that internal IRS regulations wipe out state recording statutes and the "relation back" principle that gives deeds an effective date prior to actual recording. The...more
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1. Latest Decisions in Lease Accounting Project Cloud Industry’s Future
2. Aviation Industry Buffeted by FAA Plans for Non-Citizen Trusts
3. BLFN Case & Comment: Secured Creditors Win Back...more
Even in good economic times, lien claims asserted by subcontractors and material suppliers abound and lead to costly disputes. As in many states, North Carolina’s materialmen’s lien statutes create a system where “hidden” or...more
Recently, Union Insurance Company successfully defended, and recovered its attorneys’ fees, in an adversary proceeding in bankruptcy court brought by the debtor in possession for building damages allegedly caused by Hurricane...more
Tune in to AM830 as Real Estate Radio this Sunday morning from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. with Ron Seigel welcomes Greifenforff Law Offices, PC attorneys John Greifendorff and myself, Christine Wilton for a lively discussion that...more
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