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The Super-Priority Saga Continues – Nevada Supreme Court Holds That NRS 116’s Notice Provisions Are Constitutional (NV)

/ Owner - January 28, 2017

The Ninth Circuit sent shockwaves through the mortgage industry when it held that NRS 116—the statute allowing an HOA to impose a nominal super-priority lien that can extinguish a senior deed of trust when foreclosed—was facially unconstitutional under the Due Process Clause in Bourne Valley Court Trust v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. In Bourne Valley (see our previous blog posts on this decision here and here), the Ninth Circuit held that NRS 116’s notice scheme did not mandate that mortgagees receive actual notice of these HOA super-priority lien foreclosures, but instead required that mortgagees request such notice from the HOA in advance of the HOA’s foreclosure sale. The Ninth Circuit determined this “opt-in” notice scheme violated the Due Process Clause’s requirement that statutes authorizing the extinguishment of junior liens mandate that junior lienholders receive actual notice of the foreclosure sales that can extinguish their liens.   Read the article…………..

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