August 6, 2009

New Nevada Laws Mandate Time for Recording a Deed After a Trustee’s Sale & Good Funds Law for Escrow

The Nevada legislature recently mandated that a trustee’s deed must be recorded within 30 days following the trustee’s foreclosure sale of a property.  In other words, […]
August 4, 2009

IRS Prosecutes First-Time Homebuyer Credit Cheats

The Internal Revenue Service announced on July 29, 2009, its first successful prosecution related to fraud involving the first-time homebuyer credit (FTHC).  On its website, the […]
July 30, 2009

Woman Sued For $50,000 Over her Twittering

As new technologies are invented and used, the law must often play catch-up.  This is the case in Chicago, where a woman is being sued for […]
July 30, 2009

Change to Nevada Law Prohibits Deficiency Judgments

Nevada currently provides for the right of a foreclosing lender on real estate to pursue a deficiency judgment against the borrower on any type of property […]
July 22, 2009

Final Nevada Mandatory Foreclosure Rules Adopted

The Nevada Supreme Court has adopted final rules for the new mandatory foreclosure mediation.  These new rules become effective July 31, 2009. The rules include a […]
July 14, 2009

The most recent copy of You Ha…

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July 14, 2009

Is your loan modifiction company licensed in Nevada?

On July 8, 2009, Governor Jim Gibbons signed emergency regulations that require all persons conducting loan modification and foreclosure consulting activities to have state licenses. The […]
July 14, 2009

Nevada Moves Forward on Renewable Energy

Nevada lawmakers voted in June, 2009, to start up a new Nevada renewable energy agency.  That set the stage for the Governor to appoint a Commissioner […]
July 10, 2009

Lease-In/Lease-Out & Sale-In/Sale-Out Tax Shelters Rejected

On July 10, 2009, the Department of Justice issued a press release regarding the verdict in a Federal Court case regarding lease-in, lease-out (LILO), and sale-in, […]