Nagy v. DeLeone, 793 F.2d 1291 (6th Cir. 1986). — This case established the legal concept of "Chain of Title" and further determines that chain of title under the facts of the case did not cover property line disputes.
Fairway Development Company v. Title Insurance Company of Minnesota, 621 Fed.Supp. 120 (N.D. Ohio 1985). — This case held that the dissolution of a partnership occurs where there is a transfer of partnership rights to two new partners; the case also established that a title insurance policy does not benefit a successor in interest to the original partnership, and that the successor partnership has no standing to bring an action against title insurer.
Great Northern Savings Co. v. Ingarra, 66 Ohio State 2d 503 (1981). — Invalidated the "Due on Sale" clause contained in the mortgage under the facts of that case.
Richard v. Staehle, 70 Ohio Appeal 2d 93 (1980). — Established the standard of care for accountants in a malpractice action and the applicable statute of limitations.
The Wayne Building & Loan Co. v. Yarborough, 11 Ohio St. 2d 195 (1967). — This case was tried to the Common Pleas Court of Summit County creating the record for the appeal and established the law of a vendee''s equitable lien and the priority for a construction mortgagee where there was no obligation to advance funds under the note and mortgage.