Sikora Law LLC quarterbacking the real estate legal work for the Pro Football Hall of Fame Village Project—the largest Opportunity Zone development in the State of Ohio. Rick Craven and Mike Sikora, pictured, driving down the field.
This article published by the Cincinnati Enquirer last week (click here) addresses some of the issues associated with our current real property taxation system in Ohio. Cleveland.com also published a story on this subject last year, in which Mike Sikora was interviewed as the expert for the Ohio State Bar Association on this subject. Lawyers in our firm are extremely involved with these issues as representatives for NAIOP and the Ohio State Bar Association, two of the leading associations with an interest in this important subject.”
Congratulations to Rick Craven for being named a 2019 Super Lawyer in the Ohio and Kentucky Super Lawyers Magazine. Way to go! Check out the magazine here Ohio and Kentucky Super Lawyers Magazine
ALTA features Mike Sikora’s article about the new and improved Ohio Title Standards – now in the final stages of the Ohio State Bar Association’s approval process https://www.alta.org/news/news.cfm?20181120-The-Docket-How-Specific-do-References-Need-to-be-to-Survive-a-Marketable-Title-Act
How specific do references need to be in recorded real estate documents to survive Ohio’s Marketable Title Act? Check out Mike Sikora’s article in the latest issue of OLTA Title Topics – November 2018 to learn more. https://cdn.ymaws.com/www.olta.org/resource/resmgr/tt_archive/november_2018/olta_tt_november_2018.pdf
The most recent ALTA Title Insurance Law Newsletter covers a case handled by Sikora Law where the Court held that a metes and bounds description, though incomplete, was adequate to impart notice. Click Here to Read Full Article
Read Mike Sikora’s Article in this month’s Commercial Real Estate Happenings section of Properties Magazine.
A property owner may be able to obtain access to his or her land through an abutting property with repeated and unfettered use – unless the site involved belongs to a railroad.