Articles on ABN AMRO

The role of the Special Representative in foreclosure following ABN AMRO By Donald P. Shriver Real Estate Law, January 2011 As a result of ABN AMRO, if the foreclosure involves the estate of a deceased mortgagor, a Special Representative must be appointed for “purposes of defending the action” where no letters of office have been filed for the deceased’s estate.
ABN AMRO Mortgage Group, Inc. v. Nona L. McGahan, 2010 Ill. LEXIS 959, 2010 WL 2222126 (June 4, 2010) By Richard F. Bales Real Estate Law, December 2010 This recent case requires that a lender must have a personal representative appointed when it discovers that the mortgagor against whom it is foreclosing is deceased.

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