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Conflicts of Laws, Deficiency Actions, and Statutes of Limitations – Oh My!

by Snell & Wilmer on

What law governs a deficiency action if the choice-of-law provisions in the note and deed of trust conflict? The Arizona Court of Appeals answered that very question in ZB, N.A. v. Hoeller, No. 1 CA-CV 16-0071 (Ct. App. April...more

Equitable Subrogation Part Deux: Mechanic’s Lien vs. Later Bank Deed of Trust

by Snell & Wilmer on

This post follows, almost two years to the day, Rick Erickson’s post of August 29, 2014. As noted by Rick Erickson in his August 29, 2014 post, the Arizona Supreme Court in the Weitz case (2014) had determined that equitable...more

Community Banking Excellence - Issue One 2015

In This Issue: - Another Perspective - Facing Merger Challenges. In 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.... - Real Property 101 for Community Bankers in the Spilman Footprint - Facet One of Social Media and Community Banks - Employees...more

Washington Supreme Court Affirms Washington Federal v. Gentry and Confirms Lenders’ Right to Obtain Deficiency Judgments Against...

by Lane Powell PC on

The Washington Supreme Court issued an opinion today affirming the right of a lender to obtain a deficiency judgment against a commercial guarantor following a nonjudicial foreclosure. Divisions One and Two of the Washington...more

Popeye And Purchase Money Loans

by Miller Starr Regalia on

In Enloe v. Kelso, 2013 WL 3357884 (2d Dist. 2013), the Second District Court of Appeal wrote a (characteristically) “short and sweet” opinion holding that the prohibition on obtaining a deficiency judgment under a deed of...more

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