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Michael Kvarme

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More Borrowers Prevail

Posted in Real Estate Litigation

The New York Times article  highlights two recent cases focusing on the behavior of banks in the loan administration and collection process and ruling in favor of borrowers. In one case the judge concluded the bank “abused” the borrowers and in another that it “forged” documents.  Both cases, however, seem to essentially come back to… Continue Reading

Real Estate Developers Warning – What do you mean I could be personally liable?

Posted in Real Estate Development, Real Estate Litigation

The tail end of a recent anti-deficiency decision of minor import has HUGE warning signals for principles, employees or agents of real property. Each could be individually and personally liable to lenders even after a foreclosure. How? In Fait v. New Faze Development, the lender to a failed redevelopment project sued both the borrower and… Continue Reading