In the first December post on the ACMA Community Blog, Fellow Anthony Carriuolosummarizes an appellate court ruling in Miami that "should raise concern among residential mortgagees and title insurers" because the court's opinion "creates the real risk" that the mortgagee and insurer "may become subject to a tax deficiency and related lien."
"Protecting against this risk," Carriuolo concludes, "will be difficult indeed."
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