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Legal Case Studies - January 2016

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Research and analysis by Christine Self, Sorling Northrup Attorneys

Failure to pay common expense assessments amounts to failure to confirm extinguishment of lien following judicial foreclosure and sale. In 1010 Lake Shore Association v. Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, 2015 IL App 118372, the Illinois Supreme Court affirmed that the lien created for the prior owner’s unpaid assessments was not extinguished where the purchaser did not pay any assessments following the judicial foreclosure and sale.

Legal Case Studies - January 2016

LegalCaseStudies

Research and analysis by Christine Self, Sorling Northrup Attorneys

Failure to pay common expense assessments amounts to failure to confirm extinguishment of lien following judicial foreclosure and sale. In 1010 Lake Shore Association v. Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, 2015 IL App 118372, the Illinois Supreme Court affirmed that the lien created for the prior owner’s unpaid assessments was not extinguished where the purchaser did not pay any assessments following the judicial foreclosure and sale.

Sign Regulation after Reed v. Town of Gilbert, Arizona: Greater Clarity or More Confusion?

Sign Regulation after Reed v. Town of Gilbert, Arizona: Greater Clarity or More Confusion?

Research and analysis by Lisa Harms Hartzler, Sorling Northrup Attorneys

The United States Supreme Court has the final say on the law of the land. Unfortunately, its opinions are often divided, frequently opaque, and sometimes like reading tea leaves. Reed v. Town of Gilbert, Arizona,1 decided by the Court last year, is one of those opinions.

Sign Regulation after Reed v. Town of Gilbert, Arizona: Greater Clarity or More Confusion?

Sign Regulation after Reed v. Town of Gilbert, Arizona: Greater Clarity or More Confusion?

Research and analysis by Lisa Harms Hartzler, Sorling Northrup Attorneys

The United States Supreme Court has the final say on the law of the land. Unfortunately, its opinions are often divided, frequently opaque, and sometimes like reading tea leaves. Reed v. Town of Gilbert, Arizona,1 decided by the Court last year, is one of those opinions.

Sign Regulation after Reed v. Town of Gilbert, Arizona: Greater Clarity or More Confusion?

Sign Regulation after Reed v. Town of Gilbert, Arizona: Greater Clarity or More Confusion?

Research and analysis by Lisa Harms Hartzler, Sorling Northrup Attorneys

The United States Supreme Court has the final say on the law of the land. Unfortunately, its opinions are often divided, frequently opaque, and sometimes like reading tea leaves. Reed v. Town of Gilbert, Arizona,1 decided by the Court last year, is one of those opinions.

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