Non-Judicial Foreclosures Foreclosure

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Newly-Enacted Texas Law Confirms Mechanism for Lenders to Unilaterally Rescind Acceleration

On June 17, 2015, Governor Greg Abbott signed House Bill 2067, which amends the Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code to provide a clear mechanism for lenders to unilaterally rescind acceleration of a defaulted loan. ...more

Compliance with California Foreclosure Recording Law: What Level of "Defect" in Foreclosure Recordings "Void" a Foreclosure Sale?

In the wake of the California foreclosure crisis, one of several arguments relied on by borrowers facing foreclosure (and their attorneys) in “wrongful foreclosure” suits has been that some aspect of the statutory foreclosure...more

Supreme Court of Washington Clarifies Guarantor Liability for Deficiency Judgments

The Supreme Court of Washington has upheld a lender’s right to pursue a deficiency judgment against a guarantor following a nonjudicial foreclosure of collateral under Washington’s Deed of Trust Act (the “Act”). The court’s...more

Second Bites at the Apple in Florida Foreclosures May Not Be so Sweet: New Appellate Court Cases Raise the Specter of Statute of...

Financial services companies pursuing judicial foreclosures in Florida already face a host of unique and challenging hurdles. The varying and often-times court- or judge-specific procedural, substantive, and evidentiary...more

Automatic Stay: What Happens When a Case is Reopened?

U.S. Bank, N.A. v. Brumfiel (In re Brumfiel), 514 B.R. 637 (Bankr. D. Colo. 2014) – After a debtor reopened her chapter 7 bankruptcy case, a lender moved for relief from the automatic stay in order to continue with a...more

HOA Lien Extinguishes First Deed of Trust in Foreclosure, Nevada Supreme Court Holds

On the heels of a recent D.C. Court of Appeals ruling, the Nevada Supreme Court issued an opinion yesterday holding that a homeowners association (HOA) lien is a true super-priority lien that, if foreclosed upon, extinguishes...more

Waive Goodbye to Confirmation Hurdle! Recent Decision from the Georgia Court of Appeals Gives Lenders an Alternate Route to...

By most accounts, a decision from the Georgia Court of Appeals last September represents a sea change in the law governing judicial confirmation of foreclosure sales and post-foreclosure deficiency claims. Indeed, the Court's...more

Georgia Non-Judicial Power of Sale Foreclosure – Overview of Procedures

Given our geographic proximity, it is not uncommon for Florida banks to do business in Georgia or with clients owning property in Georgia. This geographic proximity, however, does not lend itself to equivalence of foreclosure...more

Important Changes to Nevada's Non-Judicial Foreclosure Process

Lenders who secure loans with real property and their foreclosing trustees should be aware of important changes to the Nevada Revised Statutes regarding non-judicial foreclosures that went into effect on June 1, 2013....more

Important Update on Georgia Foreclosures

Last year, we alerted to you to a ruling by the Georgia Court of Appeals that altered the notice requirements for non-judicial foreclosure in Georgia. In that case, Reese v. Provident Funding Associates, the Georgia Court of...more

Will State Rep. Kathleen Passidomo's HB 87 Become Florida Law, Revamping the Florida Judicial Foreclosure Process? Maybe, Yes.

Florida State Representative Kathleen Passidomo (R-Naples) may have success this year in changing how Florida handles foreclosures as her proposed House Bill 87, co-sponsored with Florida Representatives Caldwell, Moraitis,...more

Rogers Towers: The Status of Florida Foreclosures

Recently, The Wall Street Journal published an editorial discussing the status of mortgage foreclosure litigation. The purpose of the article was to extol the alleged benefits of non-judicial foreclosure over judicial...more

Neither Failure to Name Trustee In Deed of Trust Nor Absence of The Original Note Will Invalidate A Nonjudicial Foreclosure Sale –...

In this recent Court of Appeal opinion, an issue of first impression in California was addressed: That is, can a borrower seek to set aside a nonjudicial foreclosure under a deed of trust which initially failed to identify a...more

Burr Alert: Georgia Foreclosure Law In The Wake Of Recent Decisions On Residential Mortgage Loans

Thousands of wrongful foreclosure lawsuits are filed each year in Georgia against banks, lenders, servicers, foreclosure firms, and other entities involved in the non-judicial foreclosure process for residential mortgage...more

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