Jordan Ramis pc. Attorneys at law
Banking & Financing Law

Banking & Financing Law

Practice Areas

"Always responsive to our needs, from creative solutions for workout agreements and loan modifications to foreclosures in both Oregon and Washington. I know we can rely on Jordan Ramis for prompt and diligent service to protect the bank." — Assistant vice president of a national banking client

Jordan Ramis PC has decades of experience in working with thrifts, commercial banks, savings banks, mortgage banks, and other lenders on loan negotiation and documentation, securitization, provisional process, bank foreclosures, and workouts. The firm has handled a very large volume of judicial and nonjudicial foreclosures, both residential and commercial. Our foreclosure experience extends to large, complex commercial transactions and foreclosures complicated by construction problems and surety issues. We have extensive experience in the defense of construction liens and associated title issues. Moreover, the firm also excels at guiding its financial institution clients through the difficulties of removing occupants after a foreclosure sale and in dealing with the sale of Real Estate Owned.

Jordan Ramis PC also has exceptional experience with collection proceedings and bankruptcy. Our knowledge of bankruptcy courts and code, coupled with litigation skills in both state and federal courts, makes us unique among Oregon law firms in our ability to serve financial institution clients in handling both large and small business bankruptcy.
Our services include:
  • Representation of creditors in bankruptcy and nonbankruptcy reorganizations
  • Workout documentation
  • Documentation and advice on conduct to avoid lender liability
  • Loan documentation to safeguard against preferential transfers in bankruptcy
  • Routine and complex transactional loan documentation
  • General business advice and problem-solving
  • Construction lien and bond claim matters
  • Public and private lien and bond claim matters
  • Documentation and perfection to protect the financial institution's priority and to avoid disgorgement of funds to sureties
  • Documentation of finance leasing transactions, including all manner of UCC Article 2A transactions
  • Removal of tenants or other occupants from Real Estate Owned
  • All manner of securitization of loans, including agricultural loans, complex REIT or other entity loans, development loans, etc.