Excellent article by Professor Elizabeth Renuart for the William & Mary Law Review, entitled Property Title Trouble in Non-Judicial Foreclosure States: The Ibanez Time Bomb?
New case out of California recognizing some basic principles homeowners have been fighting to have courts understand and apply: Glaski v. JPMorgan Chase
Good new case by Arizona Supreme Court, Sullivan v. Pulte Home, CV-12-0419-PR–Pulte AZSC 2013 Economic Loss Doctrine, on the limitations of the economic loss doctrine. Some servicers have fought homeowner claims by saying homeowners are limited to the contractual remedies and cannot sue in tort. However, as the Arizona Supreme Court recognizes here, when the servicer isn’t a contractual counter-party to a contract with the homeowner, it can’t so limit the homeowner.