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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

Real Property 101 for Community Bankers in the Spilman Footprint

What is the difference between a Deed of Trust and a Mortgage? The terms “Deed of Trust” and “mortgage” are often used by people interchangeably. Both serve to give the lender a lien as collateral for a loan but, these...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

Can an HOA "Super-Priority" Lien Extinguish a Lender's Deed?

by Snell & Wilmer on

It is hard to imagine that a lender’s first-position deed of trust on a residence worth hundreds of thousands of dollars could be extinguished by a homeowners’ association (HOA) lien for overdue neighborhood assessments,...more

Important Changes to Nevada's Non-Judicial Foreclosure Process

by Ballard Spahr LLP on

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

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