Litigation Law Roundup Sharp Thinking No. 194 Perspectives on Developments in the Law from Sharp-Hundley, P.C. March 2021 Gratuitous Transfers Don’t Violate Citation Statute Gratuitous transfers for the benefit of the judgment debtor by citation respondents during the pendency of a citation to discover assets do not violate the restraining provisions of the…Read More
Banking Law Roundup SharpThinking No. 173 Perspectives On Developments In The Law From Sharp-Hundley, P.C. October 2019 Refi Mortgage Can Take Priority Of Prior Mortgage By John T. Hundley, John@sharp-hundley.com, 618-242-0200 A mortgage…Read More
Bankruptcy Law Roundup Sharp Thinking No. 172 Perspectives on Developments in the Law from Sharp-Hundley, P.C. September 2019 Court May Not Hold Creditor In Contempt If There Is “Fair Ground Of Doubt” As To Legality Of His Acts A court may not hold a creditor in civil contempt for violating a bankruptcy discharge order…Read More
Litigation Law Roundup Sharp Thinking No. 171 Perspectives on Developments in the Law from Sharp-Hundley, P.C. August 2019 Layman May Not Open Decedent’s Estate Without Lawyer A layman may not represent the legal interests of a decedent’s estate, the majority of a panel in the Appellate Court in Chicago has held. Ruling in…Read More
A mortgage made by an entity that lacked authorization to conduct such business under the Residential Mortgage License Act (205 ILCS 635) is void as against public policy, a panel in the Appellate Court’s Second District has held.Read More
By John T. Hundley, Jhundley@lotsharp.com, 618-242-0246
A provision making obligors personally liable if they resist foreclosure on an otherwise non-recourse obligation is enforceable, a panel of the Illinois Appellate Court in Chicago has held.