Supporting a Lender’s Position at Trial

by Joshua D. Miron, Esq. A recent Florida Third District Court of Appeal case has once again brought to light what most of us who went to law school take for granted, a “person seeking to enforce an instrument conveying an interest in real property must demonstrate he has directly or indirectly acquired ownership of…

New Changes in Indiana Foreclosure Law

By Zarksis Daroga, Esq. This past legislative session, the Indiana House and Senate passed two bills that will affect Indiana foreclosures. The two bills passed both the House and Senate and are before the Governor for his signature. The bills will become law in Indiana once signed by the Governor and will take effect as…

Franklin County Sale Withdrawals Update

by David W. Cliffe, Esq. In a recent article dated January 17th, I examined the new e-filing system in some major Ohio counties and its resulting increase in the amount of time that it now takes to withdraw a foreclosed property from a sheriff sale. In response to some negative feedback it received, the judges…

Cuyahoga County, Ohio, Judge Nancy Margaret Russo’s Standing Order Regarding Foreclosures

By Larry R Rothenberg, Esq. Ohio foreclosure procedures are covered by the pertinent state statutes and the Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure.  In addition, individual courts often adopt local rules, which must be followed in cases filed in the particular county.  Furthermore, individual judges generally have discretion in the administration of their cases, and some…