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Void But Valid: Good-Faith Purchaser For Value Keeps Title Despite Procedural Defects In Foreclosure Sale
A divided panel of the North Carolina Court of Appeals holds that a good-faith purchaser for value at a foreclosure sale obtains a valid deed regardless of the amount paid,
United States
14 Mar 2019
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Libor: No Longer the World's Most Important Number?
The London interbank offered rate (Libor) was once called "the world's most important number" by the British Bankers' Association (BBA).
United States
22 Aug 2017
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N.C. Court of Appeals Addresses Common Affirmative Defenses In Commercial Foreclosure Context
Borrowers defaulted on two loans, which secured a home and undeveloped land in Highlands, North Carolina.
United States
31 Mar 2015
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N.C. Appellate Court Discusses Service Of Process By "Posting" And Due Diligence Enabling "Posting"
The North Carolina Court of Appeals issued a fractured ruling today on the manner of service and the interpretation of North Carolina Rule of Procedure 4(j1).
United States
3 Dec 2014
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N.C. Supreme Court Issues Significant Ruling On Commercial Forbearance Agreements And Spousal Guaranties
The North Carolina Supreme Court issued an opinion giving great weight to properly-drafted forbearance agreements in a commercial loan and guaranty context.
United States
22 Sep 2014
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NC Supreme Court Reminds Court Of Appeals That Typical Lender-Borrower Relationship Is Not A Fiduciary One
The North Carolina Supreme Court recently reaffirmed that a run-of-the-mill lender and borrower are not fiduciaries.
United States
18 Jul 2014
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