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Seth M. Rotenberg: Your presence is (not necessarily) requested at foreclosure sales (access required)

In the recent case of Fisher v. Ward, et al., the Maryland Court of Special Appeals held that a foreclosure trustee need not be physically present at a foreclosure sale, and that the trustee’s “constructive” presence would suffice.  Additionally, the ...

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Merely because a court assumes jurisdiction over a trust does not give it unbridled authority to remove the trustee of the trust and appoint a new trustee without affording the process the rules require and without taking evidence and making findings about the grounds for removal.

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Court of Appeals: Foreclosure trustee can’t add fee (access required)

Trustees handling a foreclosure sale cannot require a winning bidder to pay their attorneys’ fees for reviewing documents when the deed changes hands, the state’s highest court held Tuesday. The Court of Appeals overturned the ratification of a foreclosure sale ...

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First Mariner founder Edwin Hale ready to look for new challenges (access required)

First Mariner Bancorp CEO Edwin F. Hale Sr. isn’t happy that he will be leaving the company he founded, but he said Wednesday he plans to keep his hand in development and Baltimore’s business community. Hale, 64, will step down ...

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