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

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

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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