A standard provision of commercial lease agreements is an agreement by the Tenant to execute estoppel certificates, and to attorn to a lender.
An estoppel certificate is a statement from the tenant to either a lender or a prospective purchaser … Read More
Noting that “in mortgage foreclosure law, as elsewhere, society’s interest in finality and repose is a weighty one,” in Devan v. Bomar the Maryland Court of Special Appeals ruled against a homeowner and found that her post-sale foreclosure challenge was … Read More
The decision in Houck v. Substitute Trustee Services, Inc. concerned a foreclosure sale that occurred after a bankruptcy petition had been filed and the automatic stay under 11 USC sec. 362(k) was in effect, but the panel opinion by Judge … Read More
In a matter of first impression, the Maryland Court of Special Appeals held in Greentree Series V, Inc. v. Hofmeister that the word “or” in Md. Rule 14-305(g) was to be read literally to give a trial court an either/or … Read More