A judgment obtained by Bill Sauerwein and Trent Bond on behalf of a group of homeowners has been affirmed by the Missouri Court of Appeals. In issuing its lengthy opinion, the court of appeals held that correction of the homeowners’ vesting deeds was permitted and proper, even to the detriment of a mechanics’ lien judgment creditor whose sought to attach and enforce its judgment against the homeowner’s property. The execution on the judgment was quashed and the lien claimant was permanently enjoined from executing against the property in satisfaction of his judgment against the original developer. Read the full opinion at Missouri Land Dev. I, LLC v. Raleigh Dev., LLC, Missouri Court of Appeals, ED99258 (June 28, 2013).
Judgment obtained by Bill Sauerwein and Trent Bond affirmed by Court of Appeals
On behalf of Hein Schneider & Bond P.C. | Jul 3, 2013 | Appellate Proceedings, Claims Analysis & Resolution, Curing Title Defects, Firm News, Lien Priority Disputes, Mechanics Lien Litigation, Quiet Title, Real Estate & Title Insurance, Real Estate Litigation, Reformation of Instruments, Title Insurance, Trenton Bond, William Sauerwein