Thursday, February 4, 2010

Nuisance Law and the Mortgage Crisis

I'm just now getting around to posting a link sent to me by Kermit Lind from Cleveland State's Urban Development Law Clinic.  The page contains materials from their (fairly) recent Public Nuisance CLE.  Professor Lind hopes this information will be helpful to others engaged in nuisance abatement and code enforcement in the context of the mortgage crisis.  CSU's clinic has done a lot of interesting an innovative work in the context of a contracting urban center.  I hope we'll be able to persuade Prof. Lind and his colleague Professor Carol Heyward to share more about their work.

Jamie Baker Roskie

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Thanks for providing the link resources. I was able to know lots about the laws and the crisis which the mortgage industry suffers due to it.

Posted by: Margaret | Feb 5, 2010 1:42:11 AM

Our pleasure, Margaret. Thanks for reading the blog.

Posted by: Jamie Baker Roskie | Feb 5, 2010 10:55:23 AM