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And the Bidding Starts At . . .? The Impact of Two Recent Bankruptcy Decisions On Determining Foreclosure Sale Bids

In today’s economy, banks all too commonly find themselves foreclosing on real property collateral. As a result, banks are regularly in the position of having to determine the starting bid in foreclosure proceedings. This...more

Trustee Could Void Sale Due To Mistake Discovered Before Delivery Of Deed

The California Supreme Court recently addressed the issue of whether a trustee may void a nonjudicial foreclosure sale of real property because the trustee discovered prior to the delivery of the deed to the highest bidder...more

Trustee Empowered To Void Foreclosure Sale Where Error Discovered Before Delivery Of Trustee’s Deed

California’s Supreme Court affirmed a trustee’s right to void a non-judicial foreclosure sale based on mistakes in the foreclosure process discovered before delivery of a trustee’s deed to the successful bidder. ...more

Rogers Towers: Florida Deficiency Proceedings: Effect of Bids at the Foreclosure Sale

During a deficiency proceeding, once a creditor introduces the foreclosure sale price, the borrower technically has the burden of presenting evidence to establish the fair market value of the property. In the absence of such...more

Burr Alert: Is “Materially Less” The Same As “Grossly Inadequate”?

Tennessee was one of many states jumping on the debtor protection bandwagon following disclosures of lender misconduct in the wake of the 2007 real estate market collapse. The legislative solution crafted into Tenn. Code Ann....more

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