Sometimes a parcel of commercial real estate suffers such title problems that it becomes so unwieldy that a title insurance is unwilling to insure over. In such situations, the extraordinary powers of a Bankruptcy Court may be the only solutions available. The program for which this paper was written dealt with the questions of when Bankruptcy applies, and what extraordinary tools it provides, for such title problems.
Welcome to my blog. I use it primarily to publish my materials from programs I present before the American Bar Association, the American College of Real Estate Lawyers, the American Inns of Court, the District of Columbia Bar, the Maryland State Bar Association, the Harvard Business School Club of Washington, D.C., and other organizations. I would love to receive any questions, comments, criticisms and suggestions you may have on any of these topics. Please check my law firm’s website, at www.samuelson-law.com, and contact me.
- All articles contained in this Blog are only as of their respective dates. None of them has been updated since then. The reader is urged to supplement all of those materials.
- Particular facts and circumstances, and changes of law or fact, may affect the statements in the articles in this Blog.