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The Bar Association of Baltimore City’s Legal Services to the Elderly Program is holding its 21st Annual Law Day for Seniors on Saturday, April 21, at the Edward F. Borgerding District Court Building, 5800 Wabash Avenue in Baltimore, from 8 a.m to 2 p.m.
The goal of Law Day 2012 is to educate seniors, their families, and caregivers about available community resources and legal issues affecting them. Maryland Legal Aid attorneys will attend, distribute information and answer questions. About 200 to 300 people attend each year. Parking is free.
Real Property, Foreclosure: Circuit court properly denied homeowner’s motion to vacate foreclosure sale of homeowner’s property and dismiss foreclosure proceedings stemming from homeowner’s default on promissory note held by substitute trustees, where homeowner had actual notice of foreclosure proceedings and substitute trustees satisfied burden of proving that they possessed promissory note currently and lawfully. Svrcek v. Rosenberg, No. 988, Sept. Term, 2010. RecordFax No. 12-0329-00, 35 pages. Page