Articles Tagged with real estate litigation

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By Michael Pezzulli

Business and Consumer Litigation Practice Skills Course presented to The State Bar of Texas, June 2016

Texas is extraordinarily lender-friendly when compared to other states. The ease with which a lender can gain title to a borrower’s real estate through nonjudicial foreclosure in Texas is unrivaled.

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by Michael Pezzulli

How to defend against and prosecute foreclosures of real property in the State of Texas: 4th Annual Advanced Creditors’ Rights Course presented to The State Bar of Texas

This paper will address real property foreclosures and deficiencies under Texas law as compared to other states. Mention is made of the developing trends in this area as well as the current rules concerning non-judicial foreclosures and resulting deficiencies. Judicial foreclosures on real property are not discussed inasmuch as few lenders invoke the assistance of the Court when they can recover the property by trustee’s sale on the courthouse steps without so much as filing a petition in court.

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