GARFIELD & HECHT SUCCESSFULLY DEFENDS PRIORITY POSITIONS OF PURCHASE MONEY DEEDS OF TRUST CHALLENGED UNDER THE “RELATION-BACK” DOCTRINE OF THE MECHANICS’ LIEN STATUTE 11:24, March 9, 2016

Author: hking

Garfield & Hecht, P.C. through shareholder David L. Lenyo, Esquire, recently successfully defended the first and second priority positions of a purchase money deed of trust held by a bank and a “carry-back” second deed of trust held by the seller securing promissory notes for money lent by the bank and the seller to the […]

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Garfield & Hecht, P.C., attorneys recently secured a cash settlement on behalf of two minor children whose 23-year-old mother was killed in a fatal traffic collision near Carbondale on Highway 82.  The wrongful-death lawsuit raised complex immigration and wrongful-death damages issues because the single mother was an undocumented worker at the time of the collision.  […]

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Financial institutions obtaining title to property in Colorado through public trustee foreclosures are sometimes surprised to learn that the foreclosure did not remove all the title problems that would be objectionable to a prospective buyer when the institution attempts to resell the property. A foreclosure, among other things, is a means to extinguish liens and […]

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