It seems as though there is something paranormal about the way bankruptcy proceedings will now deal with stale, old debt. Previously, creditors were not able to make claims in bankruptcy proceedings for stale debts that were time-barred by the Statute of Limitations. Generally, most creditors’ claims on these old debts were considered “unconscionable” and thus in violation of the […]
Monthly Archives: May 2017
In early March, we posted a blog regarding a Grand Jury decision that held Florida’s Department of Business and Professional Regulation (“DBPR”) and condo boards liable for condo association misconduct. Well, it didn’t take long to heed the calls for further action. The Florida legislature has now passed a bill with bipartisan support (yes, you read that right) to […]
You Can’t Sell A House That Is Underwater. South Florida’s Coastal Homeowners Facing Climate Change Disaster Threat.
With all the discussion regarding the real estate market’s volatility, one scenario has been largely overlooked especially with the implications it would have on South Florida. A recent article by Bloomberg shed more light on the detrimental effect rising sea levels would have on South Florida coastal homeowners. Having represented thousands of underwater homeowners, we take the threat of being […]