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Blog Posts in May, 2012

  • Hogan v. Washington Mutual - Show Me The Note! The Arizona Supreme Court Says "Not Required"

    Hogan v. Washington Mutual Bank Can a borrower/property owner defeat a non-judicial foreclosure sale (trustee's sale) by demanding that the lender prove that it is the holder of the underlying promissory note? In Hogan v. Washington Mutual Bank the Arizona Supreme Court answered that question with a resounding "No." In Hogan, the borrower defaulted on the loans for two properties. The lenders, ...
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