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Mortgage Foreclosure: Corresponding Issues 2024 Edition (COMING SOON)

PRE-ORDER Essential reference tool covering a range of specific mortgage foreclosure issues.

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Mortgage foreclosures can raise a host of issues outside the scope of standard practice and procedure. This handbook equips the reader with alternative statutory and nonstatutory remedies and details how to handle seller financing and forfeiture of installment agreements; deficiencies, surpluses, and entitlements; and loan workouts and short sales. Other topics include bankruptcy in foreclosure, environmental liability for lenders and purchasers, and income tax consequences.

General Editor:

William J. Anaya, Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale P.C., Chicago

Chapter 1 —Alternative Statutory and Nonstatutory Remedies
Amy T. Grace, L&G Law Group LLP, Chicago

Chapter 2 —Seller Financing and Forfeiture of Installment Agreements
Courtney E. Kennedy and Emily R. Vivian, Ehrmann Gehlbach Badger & Considine, LLC, Dixon

Chapter 3 —Deficiencies, Surpluses, and Entitlements

Chapter 4 —Bankruptcy Considerations in Foreclosure
Jeffrey M. Sniadanko and Joseph A. Archambeau, Clark Hill PLC, and Barry A. Chatz, Saul Ewing LLP, Chicago

Chapter 5 —Lender’s and Purchaser’s Environmental Liability Prior to, During, and After Foreclosure
William J. Anaya, Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale P.C., Chicago

Chapter 6 —Loan Workouts and Short Sales
Erica C. Minchella, Erica Minchella & Associates, Skokie

Chapter 7 —Income Tax Consequences

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      Mortgage foreclosures can raise a host of issues outside the scope of standard practice and procedure. This handbook equips the reader with alternative statutory and nonstatutory remedies and details how to handle seller financing and forfeiture of installment agreements; deficiencies, surpluses, and entitlements; and loan workouts and short sales. Other topics include bankruptcy in foreclosure, environmental liability for lenders and purchasers, and income tax consequences.

      General Editor:

      William J. Anaya, Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale P.C., Chicago

      Chapter 1 —Alternative Statutory and Nonstatutory Remedies
      Amy T. Grace, L&G Law Group LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 2 —Seller Financing and Forfeiture of Installment Agreements
      Courtney E. Kennedy and Emily R. Vivian, Ehrmann Gehlbach Badger & Considine, LLC, Dixon

      Chapter 3 —Deficiencies, Surpluses, and Entitlements

      Chapter 4 —Bankruptcy Considerations in Foreclosure
      Jeffrey M. Sniadanko and Joseph A. Archambeau, Clark Hill PLC, and Barry A. Chatz, Saul Ewing LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 5 —Lender’s and Purchaser’s Environmental Liability Prior to, During, and After Foreclosure
      William J. Anaya, Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale P.C., Chicago

      Chapter 6 —Loan Workouts and Short Sales
      Erica C. Minchella, Erica Minchella & Associates, Skokie

      Chapter 7 —Income Tax Consequences

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