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The 10 Scariest Things in Arkansas Real Estate Law

that real estate law has its own magic phrase worthy of inclusion in the next J.K. Rowling novel. In Arkansas, the magic words are, "Grant, Bargain and Sell!" Use of these four words magically implies most of the common law covenants of title: (1) covenant of seisin, (2) covenant of the

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(5 days ago) Real estate attorneys should also familiarize themselves with tax rules and regulations (both state and local), environmental issues, entity for - mation, bankruptcy, insurance, and government oversight and zoning. Many real estate attorneys specialize in one or several of these areas. Finally, real estate attorneys should learn how

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A Checklist for Buying Real Property

(9 days ago) The same concept applies for real estate, only on a much larger scale because of the high price of real estate and complicated issues.”. For more information, please contact J. Cliff McKinney II at 501-379-1725 or .com. Note: The above is an excerpt from the article published in the March 28, 2016, issue of Arkansas Business.

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The Top Three Title Issues REALTORS® Need to Know

(4 days ago) Before committing to purchase an interest in real estate, due diligence in the form of reviewing a title commitment and current survey is imperative to discovering and resolving potential issues with real estate titles. A thorough review of a title commitment and current survey will reveal most title issues, including three of the most common

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The Differing Durations of Judgments and Judgment Liens

(8 days ago) A judgment lien on real estate may be extended only by suing out a scire facias using the procedure set forth in Arkansas Code § 16-65-501, which involves having a writ issued in the action in which the judgment was rendered.

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"Direct Sales": Must Residential Contractors Provide Pre

(8 days ago) Code Ann. § 18-44-107(1) defines “contractor” as “any person who contracts orally or in writing directly with a person holding an interest in real estate, or such person’s agent for the construction of any improvement to or repair of real estate.” (emphasis added).

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A Quick Review of the 2016 Minimum Standard Detail

(8 days ago) As most real estate professionals are aware, the purpose of the 2016 Standards is to allow the production of a survey acceptable to a title company to insure title to real property free and clear of survey matters other than those shown by the survey.

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VIEWS A Checklist for Buying Real Propert

(7 days ago) chase real estate without know­ ing that the money is in place. Failing to make a due dili­ gence checklist is perhaps the worst mistake you can make when buying real estate. Whether you classify any partic­ ular type of due diligence as crit­ ical, ideal or aspirational is less important than going through

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HVCRE Lending: Understanding the Regs & Upcoming Changes

(2 days ago) Borrower must have contributed capital to the project of at least 15% of the real estate’s “as completed” value, based on a current appraisal; and Borrower must contribute the capital prior to the bank funding the loan, and the capital contributed by the borrower, or internally generated by the project, must be contractually required to

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The 10 Scariest Things in Arkansas Real Estate Law

(6 days ago) The 10 Scariest Things in Arkansas Real Estate Law. by J. Cliff McKinney II |. J. Cliff McKinney II was a presenter at the Arkansas Bar Association seminar, Scariest Things You Don’t Know: Frighteningly Common Mistakes Lawyers Make, held on October 31, 2016, in Little Rock. Mr. McKinney’s topic was real estate law and his presentation

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WILD INSTRUMENTS SURVEYORS GONE BAD CONFUSED …

(Just Now) change with the Secretary of State but not in the real estate records. In 2007, Chuck sells his business, and the deed reads, "Chuck's Veggiehouse, Inc. to Sue's Fishhouse, Inc." However, the record owner of the property is still Chuck's Meathouse, Inc. This deed is a wild instrument

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QG&T is pleased to welcome R. Seth Hampton as an Associate

(5 days ago) Hampton obtained his J.D., with honors, from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law where he was a member of the Arkansas Real Estate Review, earned Top Student awards in Oil and Gas Law and Natural Resources Law, and served as a Student Mentor as part of the University’s Academic Support Program for first

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Tim Grooms, Cliff McKinney and Jeb Joyce Presenting at

(9 days ago) Tim Grooms is a founding member of Quattlebaum, Grooms & Tull PLLC where he focuses his practice on real estate, banking and commercial lending transactions. Cliff McKinney is a managing member of the law firm and concentrates his practice on real estate, land use and business transactions.

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Geoffrey B. Treece, P.A.

(9 days ago) Geoffrey B. Treece, P.A. Mr. Treece represents lending institutions in bankruptcy, insolvency and litigation matters as well as debtors in bankruptcy and workout related matters. In addition, he has represented commercial and lending clients in commercial and real estate litigation cases. Mr. Treece has also represented clients in a variety of

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Ann Carol Farmer and Sarah Keith-Bolden Published In

(1 days ago) Ann Carol Farmer is an Associate Attorney at Quattlebaum, Grooms & Tull PLLC where she concentrates her practice on real estate and corporate transactions. She can be reached at or 479-444-5211.

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Understanding The 2007 Revisions To The Arkansas Quiet

(Just Now) The title flaws can be as minor as a fence-line dispute to as severe as multiple parties claiming title to the same property. In these cases, it is sometimes necessary to file a quiet title suit. A quiet title suit is a special type of lawsuit that asks a court to determine the rights of parties to real estate.”

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QGT Attorneys Provide Arkansas Chapter For Real Estate

(3 days ago) Timothy W. Grooms, J. Cliff McKinney II, Jeb H. Joyce and Scott M. Lar authored the Arkansas chapter for the 2020 Chambers USA Regional Real Estate Guide, a state-by-state guide on the real estate sector. This is the third year our firm has contributed to the guide, which provides expert legal commentary on the key issues for businesses involved in the real estate sector, including finance

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Force Majeure in Arkansas: Contractual Provisions and the

(7 days ago) Robbi Riggs Rosenbaum is an associate at the law firm and concentrates her practice on real estate, taxation, estate planning and entity formation. Ms. Rosenbaum can be reached at or 501-379-1738.

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QUATTLEBAUM G TULL BURROW PLLC

(7 days ago) • a real estate broker (Ark. Code Ann. § 17-42-101, et seq. [1987]); • a mortgage broker, mortgage banker, loan officer, or mortgage servicer (Ark. Code Ann. § 23-39-503 [1987]);

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s Agricultural Producers A Brief Primer on Proper

(9 days ago) Real Estate as Collateral If a production loan will be secured by real estate, a mortgage should be executed by all persons or entities with fee simple title to the real estate and filed of record in the office of the circuit clerk of the county where the property is located. Unless the mortgage is properly

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Force Majeure In Arkansas

(8 days ago) Timothy W. Grooms is a founding member of Quattlebaum, Grooms & Tull PLLC where he focuses his practice on real estate, banking and commercial lending transactions. Mr. Grooms can be reached at or 501-379-1713. Robbi Riggs Rosenbaum, a Spring 2020 graduate of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Bowen School of Law and a

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Firm Welcomes Four New Associates

(8 days ago) Chambers US Regional Real Estate Guide 2021 – Arkansas. Force Majeure in Arkansas: Contractual Provisions and the COVID-19 Pandemic. State of Arkansas General Liability COVID-19 Quick Guide. Contact Us. Little Rock, Arkansas Office 111 Center Street, Suite 1900 Little Rock, AR 72201

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A Quick Review of the 2016 Minimum Standard Detail

(2 days ago) most real estate professionals are aware, the purpose of the 2016 Standards is to allow the production of a survey acceptable to a title company to insure title to real property free and clear of survey matters other than those shown by the survey. As such, these standards go to the heart of

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Tim Grooms and Robbi Rosenbaum Published in The Arkansas

(6 days ago) Timothy W. Grooms is a founding member of Quattlebaum, Grooms & Tull PLLC where he focuses his practice on real estate, banking and commercial lending transactions. Mr. Grooms can be reached at or 501-379-1713. Robbi Riggs Rosenbaum is an associate at the law firm and concentrates her practice on real estate, taxation, estate

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OPTIONAL LIQUIDATED DAMAGES IN ARKANSAS …

(8 days ago) MARCH 2019 THE PRACTICAL REAL ESTATE LAWYER | 5 TIMOTHY W. GROOMS is a Founding Member of Quattlebaum, Grooms & Tull PLLC, in Little Rock, Arkansas. He represents banks, health care managers, real estate developers, real estate brokers, and other clients in a variety

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Timothy W. Grooms Inducted into National Association of

(9 days ago) The National Association of REALTORS® is America’s largest trade association, representing over 1.1 million members, including NAR’s institutes, societies and councils, involved in all aspects of the residential and commercial real estate industries.

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Lynn Foster and J. Cliff McKinney, II

(5 days ago) covenants for title are still an important part of real estate law today. A deed is a conveyance of real property. Unlike a contract for sale, a deed contains no implied covenants—contractual provisions that bind the grantor.7 Ameri-acquiesced. For more on the boundary of acquiescence and its relation to adverse possession,

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Cliff McKinney Elected to Arkansas Bar Association Board

(1 days ago) J. Cliff McKinney II has been elected to the Arkansas Bar Association Board of Trustees for a three-year term effective July 1, 2021.. Cliff has been an active supporter of the Arkansas Bar Association and his involvement through the years includes chairing the Real Estate Law section, service on the Board of Governors and House of Delegates, chairing the 2011 Annual Meeting and the 2015 Mid

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Tim Grooms and Cliff McKinney Presenting at 2019 CE Day

(8 days ago) The CCIM Institute has been a recognized global leader in professional education for more than 30 years and its membership includes brokers, agents, corporate real estate officers, REIT investment executives, pension fund managers, developers, asset managers, investment counselors, appraisers, property managers, mortgage bankers, attorneys, and

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QGT Ranked in 2021 "Best Law Firms"

(6 days ago) Chambers US Regional Real Estate Guide 2021 – Arkansas. Force Majeure in Arkansas: Contractual Provisions and the COVID-19 Pandemic. State of Arkansas General Liability COVID-19 Quick Guide. Contact Us. Little Rock, Arkansas Office 111 Center Street, Suite 1900 Little Rock, AR 72201

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Robbi Riggs Rosenbaum

(9 days ago) Phone: 501-379-1738 | Fax: 501-379-1701. Add To Contacts. Download Bio. Robbi Riggs Rosenbaum maintains a transactional practice, primarily focusing on real estate law, taxation and tax planning, entity formation, and estate planning.

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Cliff McKinney Elected Fellow of American College of Real

(5 days ago) J. Cliff McKinney II has been Elected a Fellow of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers (ACREL) , the premier organization of U.S. real estate lawyers. ACREL’s distinguished, nationally-known lawyers have been elected to fellowship for their outstanding legal ability, experience and high standards of professional and ethical conduct in the practice of real estate law.

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