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Mitigating Risks Associated with Hotel, Restaurant and Entertainment Industry Economic Challenges: Part 6 – Considerations for the Appointment of a Receiver During Commercial Foreclosures

December 29, 2020 Banking & Financial Services Industry Legal Blog, Real Estate Development, Sales and Leasing Industry Legal Blog

As discussed in parts 1-4 of this series, lenders have several options prior to instituting a commercial foreclosure action.  Additionally, as briefly discussed in part 5 of this series, during the foreclosure action, lenders have options to try to preserve the value of the underlying collateral and to minimize further […]

SBA Loans: How to Maximize Recovery by Liquidating Personal Property

November 23, 2020 Banking & Financial Services Industry Legal Blog

When a small business association (“SBA”) loan is converted to liquidation status, the lender must begin liquidating the collateral. Lenders must liquidate all personal property that has a Recoverable Value over $5,000. If the Recoverable Value is over $5,000, the lender must decide which method of liquidation is the most […]

SBA Loans: How to Maximize Recovery by Liquidating Real Property

November 13, 2020 Banking & Financial Services Industry Legal Blog

When a small business association (“SBA”) loan is converted to liquidation status, the lender must begin liquidating the collateral. Lenders must liquidate all personal property that has a Recoverable Value over $5,000. If the Recoverable Value is over $5,000, the lender must decide which method of liquidation is the most […]

What Responsibility and Authority do SBA Lenders Have in Servicing and Liquidating Loans?

November 2, 2020 Banking & Financial Services Industry Legal Blog, Florida Business Litigation Blog

Lenders are responsible for servicing and liquidating all of the 7(a) loans in their portfolio. CDC’s are responsible for servicing 504 loans in their portfolio, but they will only be responsible for liquidating the loan based on its designation. Lenders and CDC’s must be cognizant about their responsibilities and authority […]

How SBA Lenders Ensure Expense Recovery in Loan Liquidation and Litigation

October 28, 2020 Banking & Financial Services Industry Legal Blog, Florida Business Litigation Blog

Lenders should be cognizant about what expenses are classified by the SBA as recoverable or non-recoverable. The SBA does not pay for non-recoverable expenses, such as any fee or cost incurred that was not necessary, reasonable or customary. In addition, the SBA does not pay for legal expenses for non-routine […]

Mitigating Risks Associated with Hotel, Restaurant and Entertainment Industry Economic Challenges: Part 5 – Commercial Foreclosures 101

October 22, 2020 Banking & Financial Services Industry Legal Blog, Real Estate Development, Sales and Leasing Industry Legal Blog

Sometimes, foreclosure of a commercial property is the only option available to lenders and servicers to limit losses as a result of defaults on hotel and restaurant mortgages.  Parts 1-4 of this series discussed pre-foreclosure options available to lenders dealing with hotel/restaurant mortgage defaults.  This article provides a high-level overview […]

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