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Colorado Foreclosure and Eviction Compliance: The New Frontier

Failing to have a clear understanding of the foreclosure and eviction process can result in additional costly delays.

Lending and credit professionals are often faced with loans in default and need the ability to enforce their rights to the real property securing the loan or to advise their clients with respect to defaulted loans. Failing to have a clear understanding of the foreclosure and eviction process can result in additional costly delays with respect to already failing loans and will make it more difficult for professionals to adequately advise consumers regarding their rights, remedies and options. This information helps credit and collections managers, attorneys, presidents, vice presidents, lending professionals, business owners, managers and accountants understand how to initiate and prosecute a foreclosure action in Colorado, common defenses to foreclosures, how to redeem or obtain surplus funds and how to obtain title to real property. Learn the method for obtaining possession of the real property through an eviction action after a successful foreclosure sale.

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Agenda

Overview of Colorado Foreclosure Process

  • History
  • Timeline
  • Roles

Commencing the Foreclosure

  • Pre-Foreclosure Requirements
  • Title Analysis
  • Dual Tracking Prohibition
  • Documents Needed to Initiate Foreclosure

Rule 120 Order Authorizing Sale

  • Requirements
  • Contested Rule 120s
  • Proposed Changes to Rule 120s

Getting to Sale

  • Cure vs. Reinstatement
  • Bidding Requirements
  • Post-Sale Redemption
  • Procedure for Obtaining Surplus Funds

Obtaining Possession After Foreclosure: Colorado Evictions Overview

Basic Procedural Requirements to Complete an Evictions

  • Demand for Possession
  • Summons and Complaint
  • Return Hearing and Trial
  • Judgment and Possession
  • Obtaining Possession

Common Defense: Borrowers Who Want to Re-Litigate the Foreclosure

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Jennifer Cruseturner

McCarthy & Holthus, LLP

  • Associate attorney in the Colorado office of McCarthy & Holthus, LLP
  • Practice emphasizes all aspects of eviction and bankruptcy
  • Member of the Colorado and Denver Bar Associations as well as the American Bankruptcy Institute
  • J.D. degree, Loyola University New Orleans College of Law; B.A. degree, Tulane University New Orleans
  • Can be contacted at 303-952-6902 or [email protected]

Holly R. Shilliday

McCarthy & Holthus, LLP

Holly Shilliday

  • Managing attorney in the Colorado Office of McCarthy & Holthus, LLP
  • Practice emphasizes all aspects of commercial and consumer litigation, foreclosures, work-outs and bankruptcy
  • Conducts regular seminars and workshops on numerous bankruptcy and foreclosures topics
  • Wrote several publications related to the areas of bankruptcy and foreclosures
  • Member of the ABA Consumer Bankruptcy Taskforce
  • Member of the Colorado Bar Association, California Bar Association, American Bar Association, American Bankruptcy Institute, 18th Judicial Bar Association and Council of Advisors on Consumer Credit
  • J.D. degree, Pepperdine University School of Law; B.A. degree, University of Denver
  • Can be contacted at 303-952-6905 or [email protected]
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Product ID: 397421
Published 2016
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