Ryan Prsha


Part II of this Note discusses the background necessary to understand the super-priority lien and its constitutional implications in regards to nonjudicial foreclosure. Part III reviews the recent developments that have given rise to this issue. Part IV discusses the ramifications of the manner in which the super-priority lien is being handled and how the court’s methodology could potentially affect the constitutionality of non-judicial foreclosure.

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