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David L. Van Slyke is a partner in Plunkett Cooney's Columbus, Ohio office who serves as Co-leader of the firm's Real Estate Litigation & Title Insurance Practice Group. His practice focus includes general litigation, title ...
Like a horror movie scene, this Ohio Supreme Court ruling could “resurrect from the dead” time-barred debts secured by mortgages.
Ohio Eighth District Court of Appeals holds that an assignee of a residential mortgage loan can be liable under Ohio’s Consumer Sales Practices Act.
Seventh District Court of Appeals Re-Affirms Requirements to Affix Manufactured Homes to Real Estate.
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