South Carolina Foreclosure Law Manual, 4th Edition Out of Stock
South Carolina Foreclosure Law Manual, Fourth Edition
Table of Contents
Principal Authors and Editors: Reginald P. Corley, The Hon. James O. Spence, Jordan D. Beumer
Contributing Authors: Susan B. Berkowitz, Janet B. Haigler, Louise M. Johnson, Andrew S. Radeker, M. Ross Scarborough Jr.
The South Carolina Foreclosure Law Manual, Fourth Edition is meant to be a compendium of foreclosure law, process, and procedure, including practical guidance from our balanced and experienced authors. The reorganized Fourth Edition, fully updated since the release of the Third Edition in 2013, includes more applicable statutory and case law citations; an updated appendix of procedural requirements from each county Master-in-Equity office that includes, among other things, the required E-filing procedures for each; a topical index of CLE presentations from prior Masters-in-Equity Bench/Bar seminars; a synopsis of South Carolina Supreme Court Administrative Order 2020-04-30-02 and the changes to court procedures due to COVID-19; a reorganized chapter on defenses; and an in-depth discussion on some of the most important cases to impact the foreclosure law practice, such as Wells Fargo v. Smith, and Matrix Financial v. Frazer. This book comes with an accompanying download of the full text of the book and included forms.
Summary of Contents:
Chapter 1: The Foreclosure Process
Chapter 2: Alternative to Foreclosure: Loss Mitigation
Chapter 3: Defenses, Counterclaims, and Third-Party Claims
Chapter 4: Bankruptcy Issues
Chapter 5: Related Resources
Appendix A: County Information
Appendix B: Master-in-Equity Bench/Bar Topical Index
Appendix C: Sample Forms
Disclaimer: The views expressed in CLE programs and publications do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the South Carolina Bar, its sections, or committees.
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