Kiley v. Chase Manhattan Mortgage Company, No.277783, 2008 Mich. App. LEXIS 1441 (Mich. Ct. App. Jul. 15, 2008)

(trespass action against defendant, the holder of a mortgage on the property that permitted defendant to take any action necessary to protect property’s value and defendant’s security interest; trespass action does not require that damages be sustained; plaintiff retained title to property during six-month redemption period and defendant had no separate explicit agreement authorizing entry onto property during redemption period; while defendant had reasonable belief that farmhouse abandoned and steps needed to be taken to secure the property, placement of locking devices interfered with plaintiff’s right of exclusive possession).