The Truth in Lending Act (TILA) gives home loan borrowers a three-day right to rescind, or cancel, a loan transaction. For these first three days, this right is unconditional, without any caveats. After the three days run out, there is a catch; the borrower has the right to rescind only if the lender has failed to satisfy TILA’s disclosure requirements. […]
Monthly Archives: January 2015
The following article was published in the Daily Business Review and written by Samantha Joseph. The South Florida Law Blog has republished exerpts by Roy Oppenheim. Will botched paperwork affect the outcome of foreclosure appeals? It depends on the judges. The decisions in three cases came down to paperwork and procedure Wednesday before the Fourth District Court of Appeal.
A heartfelt Happy New Year to you from Oppenheim Law, “In the Trenches” featuring Roy Oppenheim. A prognostication on the Florida 5 Year Statute of Limitations and why we are waiting on the Florida Supreme Court to sort out the real estate mess.