ACQUIRING TITLE BY ADVERSE POSSESSION

Oregon Revised Statute (ORS) 105.620 sets out the elements required to obtain title to property through adverse possession. (1) A person may acquire fee simple title to real property by adverse possession only if: (a) The person and the predecessors in interest of the person have maintained actual, open, notorious, exclusive, hostile and continuous possession […]

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CREDIT COUNSELING

Credit Counseling Is Part Of The Bankruptcy Process 29 March Categories: Uncategorized When your debt piles up so high that you can’t see any way to get out of it, there are options open to you. One of them is to file for bankruptcy. When you file for bankruptcy, you are making an agreement with […]

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COMMON MYTHS ABOUT DEBT EXPOSED!

Financial troubles can take many forms, but debt is often one of the more common reasons for individuals to encounter issues. While having immense debts can be extremely stressful, it is important to understand that you have some basic rights as a debtor that should be protected. Unfortunately, it is common for people to assume […]

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THE ABSOLUTE PRIORITY RULE AS APPLIED TO INDIVIDUAL CHAPTER 11 BANKRUPTCY CASES IN 2016 AND BEYOND

The absolute priority rule is a judicially-created doctrine that, “provides that a dissenting class of unsecured creditors must be provided for in full before any junior class can receive or retain any property under a reorganization plan.” The rule was codified in Sec. 1129(b)(2)(B)(ii) with the enactment of the Bankruptcy Code in 1978.                In […]

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