Judge Larry Primeaux's Blog about Practice in Mississippi's Chancery Courts.
July 4, 2014 § 1 Comment
State Holiday. Courthouse closed.
The interesting thing about this case for me was Judge James’ dissent arguing that the foreclosure sale was ineffective. I found the Court’s dismissal of that issue as improperly preserved unimpressive, and I think that for those who act as substitute trustees, Judge James’ dissent lays out some important thoughts on how to protect your foreclosures from later collateral attack.
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