BuckleySandler LLP: CFPB Files Amicus in TILA Rescission Case

Excerpted from Infobytes , a weekly electronic newsletter on developments in financial services law from BuckleySandler LLP . For the full issue of Infobytes , click here: http://www.buckleysandler.com/infobyte-detail/infobytes-March-30-2012 On March 27, the CFPB announced that it recently filed...

BuckleySandler LLP: Housing Group Plans Fair Housing Act Complaints

Excerpted from Infobytes , a weekly electronic newsletter on developments in financial services law from BuckleySandler LLP . For the full issue of Infobytes , click here: http://www.buckleysandler.com/infobyte-detail/infobytes-april-6-2012 The National Fair Housing Alliance plans to challenge...

BuckleySandler LLP: Arizona Supreme Court Holds Beneficiary Does Not Have to Prove Right to Foreclose

Excerpted from Infobytes , a weekly electronic newsletter on developments in financial services law from BuckleySandler LLP . For the full issue of Infobytes , click here: http://www.buckleysandler.com/infobyte-detail/infobytes-June-1-2012 On May 18, the Arizona Supreme Court held that the beneficiary...

BuckleySandler LLP: Lender Settles TILA, UDAP Claims Over HELOC Reductions

Excerpted from BuckleySandler LLP's InfoBytes Blog, which monitors and reports on news, legal developments and legislative actions affecting the financial services industry. For more Infobytes , click here: http://www.infobytesblog.com/ . On August 31, a lender preliminarily settled with a class...

Real Cases in Real Estate By Andrea Lee Negroni, Esq. – June 24, 2014 Update

Updates for the Week of June 24, 2014 An ambiguity in a deed, resulting from error in the metes and bounds description, can be resolved by ascertaining the grantor’s intention . A group of siblings fought a lawsuit over their mother’s conveyance of part of a 105-acre property to one...