66 Ark. L. Rev. [i] (2013)

handle is hein.journals/arklr66 and id is 1 raw text is: ARKANSAS
LAW REVIEW
VOLUME 66                NUMBER I
Symposium Issue
Lessons Learned from the Mortgage Foreclosure Crisis
Symposium Articles
Welcome and Opening Remarks
William Breetz                        * 1
Foreclosing on Nothing: The Curious Problem of the Deed of Trust
Foreclosure Without Entitlement To Enforce the Note
Dale A. Whitman and Drew Milner              * 21
Strategic Defaulters Versus the Federal Taxpayer: A Brief for the
Preemption of State Anti-Deficiency Law for Residential Mortgages
Grant S. Nelson and Gabriel D. Serbulea          * 65
Statutory Foreclosures in Arkansas: The Law and Recent Developments
Lynn Foster                         * 111
Not Dead Yet: The Surprising Survival of Negotiability
Kurt Eggert                         *145
A (Mortgage) Crisis in Communication: Foreclosure Dispute
Resolution as Effective Response?
Heather Scheiwe Kulp and Jennifer Shack         * 185
The Bain of Our Existence: Lessons Learned and Opportunities Missed
in the Washington Supreme Court's Examination of MERS
Fred B. Burnside                       * 229
Certainty of Title: Perspectives After the Mortgage Foreclosure
Crisis on the Essential Role of Effective Recording Systems
Donald J. Kochan                       * 267

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