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February 14, 2018

Vermont Real Estate Finance

Practical Law

A Q&A guide to real estate finance law for borrowers and lenders in Vermont.

This Q&A addresses state laws relating to security instruments, usury laws, limitations on personal liability, recording requirements and taxes, priority issues, mechanics' liens, landlord liens, title insurance matters, and foreclosure procedures primarily impacting lending transactions in a commercial context. Federal, local, or municipal law may impose additional or different requirements. Answers to questions can be compared across a number of jurisdictions...See the full article on Practical Law.

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