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SC Foreclosure Law Manual, Third Edition with 2014 Supplement
SC Foreclosure Law Manual, Third Edition with 2014 Supplement Quantity in Basket: None
Code: 727
Price: $75.00

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Main Text: Susan B. Berkowitz, The Honorable S. Jackson Kimball III, Peter D. Korn, Mary R. Powers, J. Pamela Price and Andrew S. Radeker
2014 Supplement: Susan B. Berkowitz, Janet B. Haigler and Andrew S. Radeker

The South Carolina Foreclosure Law Manual, Third Edition is meant to be a compendium of foreclosure law and procedure, including practical guidance from our balanced and experienced authors. The Third Edition, fully updated since the release of the Second Edition in 2009, contains an expanded discussion on loss mitigation, a reorganized chapter on defenses, and an in-depth discussion on some of the most important cases to impact a foreclosure law practice-Wells Fargo v. Smith, and Matrix Financial v. Frazer. The authors also went to great lengths to update the section of the book that outlines procedural requirements set forth by each Master-in-Equity. At no additional cost, each book purchase comes with over 50 valuable forms on CD (in both Word and WordPerfect) that will enable you to more quickly and efficiently help your client.

With each purchase of the main text you will receive the 2014 Supplement. The 2014 Supplement includes updates to Chapter 2 relating to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Servicer’s Requirement, case law updates to Chapter 6 through December 3, 2014, and updates to Chapter 7 through November 3, 2014.

If you already own the SC Foreclosure Law Manual, Third Edition you need to purchase only the 2014 Supplement. Click here to purchase the 2014 Supplement.

Summary of Contents:

• What is a Foreclosure?
• Alternative to Foreclosure: Loss Mitigation
• The Foreclosure Process
• Judicial Sale
• Proceedings Subsequent to Judgment
• Defenses, Counterclaims and Third-Party Claims
• Bankruptcy Issues
• The Future – Electronic Recording
• Related Resources
• Sample Forms
• County Information
• Index

Practitioners please take note of the Wachovia v. Coffey case filed July 10, 2013.

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