Michigan Court of Appeals clarifies mortgagor’s right of property redemption, regardless of the manner of foreclosure used.
Successfully leasing real estate to cannabis businesses starts with an understanding of this evolving new industry in Michigan.
Ohio Court of Appeals cites “leading object rule” in reversing trial court’s decision in case involving unsigned contract.
Based on frequency of client inquiries, firm to focus on title curative issues related to Michigan real estate.
Creating a failure to pay record can help prove your case when the other party reneges in a real estate transaction.
Out-of-state lenders must consider the dower rights of a borrower’s spouse when participating in Ohio real property transactions.
CMBS loans are still popular sources of financing for commercial real estate investors despite their challenges.
Without this type of agreement, even the late great Monty Hall wouldn’t be able to make a deal to keep the county from selling your property for back taxes.
Like a horror movie scene, this Ohio Supreme Court ruling could “resurrect from the dead” time-barred debts secured by mortgages.
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