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You Won’t Believe What Happens After Appellate Court Grants Rehearing in Beauvais

Thu Aug 20, 2015 by on Florida Law News

In the world of foreclosure, what is right side up can often seem upside down. Thus, in this topsy-turvy world of foreclosure, the Third District Court of Appeals is trying to grapple with the issue of statute of limitations and foreclosure. After granting rehearing in Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas v. Beauvais, No. 3D14-575, 2014 WL 7156961 (Fla. 3d DCA […]

‘Bad Neighbor Banks’ Take Hold In South Florida

Banks make bad neighbors. It’s been one of my mantras for years, and it’s a statement that is again reverberating across the country thanks to The Sun-Sentinel’s 3-part series “Bad Neighbor Banks”. Thanks to the Sentinel, 60 Minutes, and the National Fair Housing Alliance, we are seeing the hard data that back up my assertion that banks, once they foreclose […]

Beyond Florida Real Estate: Are Bankers the New Mobsters?

Wall Street corruption blurs the lines between good guys and bad guys as this week’s headlines bubble to the top. Unbelievably guilty in the court of public opinion. Now ultimately guilty in a court of law. The conviction of Galleon hedge fund billionaire Raj Rajaratnam on all 14 counts of conspiracy and securities fraud is a prime example of rampant […]

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