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Contractual Due Diligence Clause

Kentucky Law: Contractual Due Diligence Clause

March 19, 2015
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Is a Non-Disclosure Claim Under a Claim Purchase Agreement Viable Under Kentucky Law Where There is Contractual Due Diligence Clause?
By: Michael J. Gartland, Esq.
The assertion of a claim for failure to disclose material information after a closing under an […]

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prejudgment attachments in kentucky

Prejudgment Attachment in Kentucky

March 17, 2015
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PreJudgment Attachment in Kentucky

By: Jamie L. Harris, Esq.

In Kentucky, in order to obtain a prejudgment attachment, the plaintiff must comply with the requirements of KRS 425.301 et seq.to justify attachment. Under KRS § 425.301(3), before an order of attachment shall issue […]

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preference actions, Kentucky bankruptcy law

Preference Actions Under Kentucky Law

March 12, 2015
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Kentucky Law: Preference Actions 

Kentucky’s law on preferences provides as follows:

Any sale, mortgage or assignment made by a debtor and any judgment suffered by a defendant, or any act or device done or resorted to by a debtor, in contemplation of an […]

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How to save your home after foreclosure sale in Kentucky.

Redemption: Two Ways the Law Helps You Hold On To Property

March 12, 2015
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Redemption:  Two Ways the Law Helps You Hold On To Property

By Dean A. Langdon

People are often concerned about the loss of their home or a vehicle when hard times arise.  Although rarely used, Kentucky law offers a way to hold on to a residence, even after […]

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