Lien Priority Disputes
At times, disputes may arise between lenders and other interest-holders in real estate regarding the priority of certain secured interests in real property. These may include deeds of trust, mortgages, home equity lines of credit, mechanics and materialmen’s liens, judgment liens, as well as liens for water, utilities, and condo or homeowners association dues. The attorneys of Hein Schneider & Bond P.C. are frequently asked to represent lenders to protect or defend the priority of their secured interest in insured real property, which may include the filing of requests for emergency injunctive relief.
Utilizing a variety of legal tools, such as actions for reformation of instruments, declaratory judgment and quiet title, actions for award of an equitable lien, and actions on theories of conventional and equitable subrogation, the attorneys of Hein Schneider & Bond P.C. have successfully represented lenders in priority disputes in nearly every County throughout the State of Missouri and in Central and Southern Illinois.
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