Eau Claire Banking & Finance Lawyer, Wisconsin


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Scott Steven Schlough

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Status:  In Good Standing           Licensed:  10 Years

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

FIRST BANKING CENTER v. TWELFTH STREET

¶ 1 This foreclosure matter returns to us for a second time. First Banking Center was granted a judgment of foreclosure against Twelfth Street Investors LLC. At a subsequent sheriff's sale of the property, Brozak Holdings LLC submitted the highest bid. Twelfth Street Investors ...

CHASE HOME FINANCE, LLC v. Pearson

768 NW2d 64 (2009). 2009 WI App 56. CHASE HOME FINANCE, LLC v. PEARSON. No. 2008AP2591-FT. Court of Appeals of Wisconsin. March 3, 2009. Unpublished opinion. Affirmed.

CHASE HOME FINANCE, LLC v. Pearson

¶ 3 At the confirmation of sale hearing, Pearson asked the court to not confirm the sale, order a resale, and refund the entire deposit, because he had discovered problems with the property after the sale. Pearson's counsel asserted the home was poorly constructed and severely ...