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Connecticut - Judicial Branch Law Libraries, Foreclosure Opinions

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Law Libraries' NewsLog
Law Libraries' NewsLog> Categories
3/2/2011
Below is today's foreclosureAppellate Court opinion:
 
AC31890 -
Cadle Co. v. Clark
("On appeal, Maureen Clark claims that the court abusedits discretion in denying her motion to open because (1) the plaintiff allegedly did notproperly serve several of the parties cited in as defendants and (2) her property wasincorrectly valued because of alleged misrepresentations made by the plaintiff.")
 Posted at 11:42 AM by Mazur, Catherine | Category:Recent Decisions;Foreclosure Opinions|Permalink| Email this Post|Comments (0) 
Foreclosure Appellate Court Opinion - 3/2/11
2/25/2011
SC18597, SC18598-
Connecticut National Bank v. Rehab Associates
("These appeals arisefrom a foreclosure action and subsequent deficiency judgment against the defendants...relating to a mortgage loan to Rehab that had been guaranteed by Hallahan and Ermler. Thedefendants now appeal from the judgment of the trial court denying Hallahan’s motion todetermine that the deficiency judgment was fully or, alternatively, partially satisfied as aresult of a settlement agreement (agreement) between Ermler and Shawmut BankConnecticut, N.A. (Shawmut), the successor in interest of the original plaintiff, ConnecticutNational Bank. On appeal, the defendants assert that the trial court improperly concludedthat the agreement did not release Hallahan from his obligation to pay the balance of thedeficiency judgment.")
 Posted at 11:35 AM by Booth, George | Category:Recent Decisions;Foreclosure Opinions|Permalink| Email this Post|Comments (0) 
Supreme Court Advance Release Opinion - 2/25/11
1/26/2011
Below is today's foreclosureAppellate Court opinion:
 
AC30474 -
Unifund CCR Partners v. Schaeppi
("The plaintiff claims on appeal that thetrial court improperly granted the defendants' motion for summary judgment.Specifically, the plaintiff argues that the court improperly (1) granted the defendants'motion for summary judgment because it lacked the requisite memorandum of lawaccompanying it pursuant to Practice Book § 11-10 and (2) concluded that thejudgment lien that formed the basis of the foreclosure action was invalid because itsought to secure a money judgment of no amount.")
Posted at 12:32 PM by Mazur, Catherine | Category:Recent Decisions;Foreclosure Opinions|Permalink| Email this Post|Comments (0) 
Foreclosure Appellate Court Opinion - 1/26/11
12/15/2010
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Below is today's foreclosureAppellate Court opinion:
 
AC30982-
Waterview Site Services, Inc. v. Pay Day, Inc.
("This appeal arises from abusiness disagreement between the plaintiff, Waterview Site Services, Inc., and thedefendant, Pay Day, Inc. On appeal, the defendant claims that the court improperlyfound that (1) the defendant consented to the work that the plaintiff performed, (2)the mechanic's lien was filed in a timely manner and (3) the defendant was unjustlyenriched in the amount of $224,959.24. The plaintiff filed a cross appeal challengingthe court's decision that, in calculating the unjust enrichment award, it would creditthe defendant for an amount equal to the fair rental value owed by the plaintiff foroccupying the land.")
 Posted at 12:55 PM by Mazur, Catherine | Category:Recent Decisions;Foreclosure Opinions;Property Law Opinions  |Permalink|Email this Post|Comments (0) 
Foreclosure Appellate Court Opinion - 12/15/10
11/22/2010
Below are today's foreclosureAppellate Courtopinions:
AC31456-
Danzig v. PDPA, Inc.
("On appeal, the defendants claim that the courtimproperly: (1) rendered summary judgment against them, as guarantors, despite theplaintiff's having withdrawn the complaint as to them, (2) granted the plaintiff'smotions for summary judgment and for foreclosure despite the plaintiff'snoncompliance with Practice Book § 17-44, (3) did not require the plaintiff's appraiserto testify and (4) exhibited judicial bias against Ahmed and all pro se parties ingeneral.")
AC31457-
Danzig v. PDPA, Inc.
("On appeal, PDPA claims that the court improperlyrefused to allow it the opportunity to plead in response to the plaintiff's amendedcomplaint. Additionally, the plaintiff raises questions about PDPA's standing andwhether the appeal has been taken from a final judgment.")
 Posted at 11:45 AM by Mazur, Catherine | Category:Recent Decisions;Foreclosure Opinions|Permalink| Email this Post|Comments (0) 
Foreclosure Appellate Court Opinions - 11/22/10
11/17/2010
Below is today's foreclosureAppellate Court opinion:
 
AC30145-
Equity One, Inc. v. Shivers
("On appeal, the defendant claims that the trialcourt improperly (1) failed to conduct an evidentiary hearing to determine if it hadsubject matter jurisdiction, (2) failed to dismiss the action for lack of subject matterjurisdiction and (3) rendered judgment in violation of a bankruptcy stay.")
 Posted at 11:37 AM by Mazur, Catherine | Category:Recent Decisions;Foreclosure Opinions|Permalink| Email this Post|Comments (0) 
Foreclosure Appellate Court Opinion - 11/17/10
11/3/2010
Foreclosure Appellate Court Opinions - 11/3/10
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Below are today's foreclosureAppellate Courtopinions:
AC31489-
LaSalle Bank, N.A. Trustee v. Randall
("The defendant claims that the courtimproperly approved the sale on the motion of the committee of sale because theforeclosing lender, the substitute plaintiff, LaSalle Bank, N.A., Trustee, submitted aninflated appraisal that discouraged other bidders and allowed the plaintiff to purchasethe property for a bid price that was inadequate and inequitable.")
AC31098-
Myrtle Mews Assn., Inc. v. Bordes
("The defendant claims that the courterred in denying its motion to open because the court lacked personal jurisdiction overit as a result of insufficiency of process and insufficient service of process, thusrendering the judgment void.")
AC31471-
Rockville Bank v. Victory Outreach Ministries, Inc.
("On appeal, thedefendant claims that the court improperly (1) ordered the sale in light of evidencethat the defendant had complied with an agreement (agreement) entered into with theplaintiff, Rockville Bank, in satisfaction of the mortgage, and (2) approved the saledespite that compliance and evidence that the committee improperly administered thesale.")
 Posted at 12:32 PM by Mazur, Catherine | Category:Recent Decisions;Foreclosure Opinions|Permalink| Email this Post|Comments (0) 
9/20/2010
SC18393-
Lestorti v. DeLeo
("On appeal to this court, the defendant claims that theAppellate Court's decision (1) conflicts with well established Connecticut law concerning therights of coguarantors to contribution, and (2) is improperly based on an assumption of afact that is not part of the record.")
 
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 Posted at 11:42 AM by Mazur, Catherine | Category:Recent Decisions;Foreclosure Opinions;Tort Law Opinions| Permalink|Email this Post|Comments (0) 
Supreme Court Advance Release Opinion - 9/20/10
9/13/2010
Below are today's foreclosureAppellate Court opinions:
 
AC30911-
LaSalle Bank, National Assn. v. Bialobrzeski
("On appeal, the defendantclaims that it was improper for the trial court to deny his motion to dismiss the actionbecause the plaintiff lacked standing.")
AC29884-
Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. v. Bialobrzeski
("In this foreclosureaction, the pro se defendant, Paul Bialobrzeski, claims that the plaintiff lackedstanding to bring the action because it was not in possession of the subject note andmortgage at the time the action was commenced.")
 Posted at 11:42 AM by Mazur, Catherine | Category:Recent Decisions;Foreclosure Opinions|Permalink| Email this Post|Comments (0) 
Foreclosure Appellate Court Opinions - 9/13/10
9/7/2010
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