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Guzmán Ariza | Dominican Republic, Global | 5 Nov 2018

Finance and secured lending in the Dominican Republic

A structured guide to finance and secured lending in the Dominican Republic

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Jones Day | USA | 13 Apr 2017

Marblegate: Second Circuit Reverses Broad Interpretation of Trust Indenture Act in Out-of-Court Restructurings

In a highly anticipated decision, a divided panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit ruled in Marblegate Asset Mgmt., LLC v. Educ

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Chadbourne & Parke LLP | USA | 30 Jan 2017

Second Circuit Provides Clear Guidance to Market on Scope of Permissible Acts under Trust Indenture Act Section 316(b)

The Second Circuit has answered the question that many issuers, indenture trustees and noteholders have struggled with over the last couple of

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Dorsey & Whitney LLP | USA | 19 Jul 2016

Security Interest v. License Agreement: Low Tech Precautions for the High Tech Investment

In this exciting age of startups, the market is brimming with opportunities for individuals and entities alike to invest in emerging companies

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Murtha Cullina LLP | USA | 14 Jul 2016

Collateral 101: Perfecting Security Interests in Common and Uncommon Collateral

As most people (at least in the banking world) know, a security interest is the granting of an interest in property to secure obligations, usually

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Whiteford Taylor & Preston LLP | USA | 11 Sep 2013

The ''Maryland MARS'' Act; strict new rules for real estate agents

Effective July, 1, 2013, Maryland has a new law that regulates individuals and entities providing services in "short sale" transactions. The new law

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Ward and Smith, PA | USA | 11 Sep 2013

My property was sold at a foreclosure sale. Do I still have to pay back the loan?

Just because the lender sold the property you put up as security for a loan at a foreclosure sale doesn't mean you are no longer responsible for

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Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren SC | USA | 3 Nov 2011

Cleaning up bad boilerplate in a loan workout agreement

As the recession continues, we have been seeing more and more workout agreements between owners of commercial real estate and their mortgage lenders.

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Dentons | USA | 31 Oct 2011

SEC to review status of mortgage-related pools under the Investment Company Act and the Section 3(c)(5)(c) exemption

The SEC has issued a concept release (the "Concept Release") in which it announced its intention to review the exemption from investment company registration under Section 3(c)(5)(C) of the Investment Company Act and its applicability to companies that are engaged in the business of acquiring mortgages and related instruments ("mortgage-related pools"), particularly real estate investment trusts ("REITs").

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Poyner Spruill LLP | USA | 19 Oct 2011

Payoff statements and short-pay statements

For a number of years, North Carolina has had a procedure to obtain a loan payoff statement for an existing loan secured by a deed of trust (N.C.G.S. 45-36.7).

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