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.
ALTA’s TitleNews Online published the following article written by Mike Sikora, which provides a review of a ruling by an Ohio appeals court that addressed multiple property issues, including what is needed for a mortgage to be valid.
Sikora Law represented the lender that provided acquisition financing for the purchase of the property. The transaction was challenging given the environmental issues, but Sikora Law helped the lender and borrower navigate through the challenges to get the deal to the finish line!