In the latest posting on the ACMA Community Blog, Fellow Johnny D. Latzak, Jr. and his Bryan Cave LLP colleague Mica Germain write of a mid-April Supreme Court of Georgia ruling that is "another critical decision in a line of cases which, together, create the framework for a guarantor's liability for a deficiency after a foreclosure has been conducted."
Latzak and Germain conclude in their blog post that, "Undoubtedly, lenders will continue to watch as this line of judicial rulings advances to define the boundaries of guarantor liability and shape the laws around mortgage lending."
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