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Wisconsin Foreclosure and Repossession Compliance - Webinar

  • ID: 3841823
  • Webinar
  • September 2016
  • Region: United States
  • 60 Minutes
  • Lorman Business Center, Inc.
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Failing to comply with highly technical, yet easy-to-follow, consumer replevin procedures can lead to embarrassing and costly litigation against lenders and their attorneys alike.

While they are frequently encountered, many practitioners, lenders, and interested parties do not understand how to effectively order and interpret title documentation, nor whether, how, or when to make a title insurance claim. Nor do they understand the finer points of bidding at sheriff’s sale, lien priorities involving governmental authorities, condominium and homeowners associations, or the real estate tax foreclosure process. This topic assists people responsible for foreclosures by providing practical information and advice regarding both basic and advanced topics. This topic also discusses how to obtain possession of a vehicle or other personal property from the time of default to sale. Failing to comply with highly technical, yet easy-to-follow, consumer replevin procedures can lead to embarrassing and costly litigation against lenders and their attorneys alike. This information is critical for lawyers, financial institutions, and others who regularly or irregularly file, are served with, and either appear in or observe foreclosure and replevin cases in the State of Wisconsin.

Learning Objectives
  • You will be able to describe whether and when to appoint a receiver.
  • You will be able to recognize potential and latent pitfalls.
  • You will be able to discuss how to effectively bid at sheriff’s sale.
  • You will be able to explain the most recent updates in case and statutory law.
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Getting Started - Issues Common to Both Foreclosure and Replevin

Foreclosure
- Pre-Suit Considerations
-Loan Documentation
-Title, Lien Priorities, Taxes, and Other Claims
-Guarantors and Deficiencies
- The Foreclosure Process
-Redemption Periods
-Sheriff's Sale
-Eviction
-Less Frequently-Encountered Parties to an Action
-Land Contracts and Executions
- Receivers and Tenants
- Loss Mitigation and Work-Outs
- Abandoned and Zombie Properties
- Other Types of Foreclosure-Related Claims and Matters
- Important Cases to Know

Replevin
- Pre-Suit Considerations
-Consumer vs. Non-Consumer
-Loan Documentation
-Title, Lien Priorities, Taxes, and Other Claims
- Self-Help
- Consumer
-Small Claims Jurisdiction
-The Importance of Venue
-Service of Process
-Writ of Replevin
-Deficiencies
-Abandoned Vehicles
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Brian P. Thill, Murphy Desmond, S.C.
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This webinar is designed for credit and collections managers, attorneys, presidents, vice presidents, lending professionals, business owners, managers and accountants.
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