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Potential buyers of previously foreclosed property in Illinois are advised to proceed with caution due to ongoing and widespread extortion schemes involving jurisdictional defects in the underlying foreclosure.
Court rules rent payments are not necessarily cash collateral a debtor can use in bankruptcy.
When seller’s escrow proceeds disappear from phishing, hacking or some other form of cyber fraud, here’s what your business needs to do immediately to respond.
SNDA clauses and the basics of subordination and non-disturbance agreements in commercial real estate.
It’s black and white, really… name, gender and other changes must be recorded whenever real property transfers hands.
Ohio appellate court rules intent to purchase letters can bind parties to sale terms in Ohio real estate deals.
Following this appellate court ruling, the Ohio Legislature need not create new legislation regarding constructive notice and missing legal description on mortgage.
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