Five-Year Statute of Limitations Law still has a Few Lifelines Left in South Florida Foreclosures; Notwithstanding Bank-Friendly Opinion The Third District Court of Appeal’s recent decision in Beauvais would suggest that the five-year statute of limitation does not apply to mortgage foreclosure actions. However, not all courts would agree.
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Divided Florida's Third DCA Reaffirms in Beauvais that Foreclosure Law has Different Rules: 5 Year Statute of Limitations Does Not Apply
[VIDEO: BREAKING NEWS] Roy Oppenheim of Oppenheim Law assesses and criticizes Deutsche Bank Trust Company v. Beauvais court decision. The following Daily Business Review article “The Court Sides with Lenders in Prolonged Foreclosure Case” includes excerpts by Roy Oppenheim, foreclosure defense attorney.
Survey: Mortgage Foreclosure Scams Surge Not only is America’s foreclosure crisis still going strong, it now comes with even more fraud and deception. With heightened media coverage surrounding the recent national mortgage settlement and refinements to government assistance programs, experts say selling “the schtick” has only become easier for criminals. But there are red flags consumers can watch out for […]
The F Words: Fraud and Foreclosure – Watch Roy Oppenheim’s Workshop Replay on Bank Fraud and Mortgage Foreclosure
Toxic and contaminated. You’d think we’re referring to an environmental wasteland. Instead these are the words Roy Oppenheim used to describe the state of the mortgage and foreclosure crisis in this week’s special workshop stamped: Toxic Foreclosures and Foreclosure Fraud. ‘Foreclosure Bill Blocked’ reads today’s Wall Street Journal headline. As Oppenheim suggested a few days ago, Obama today announced his […]
Watch this insightful video on how we got to where we are just from one year ago…. Wall Street, One Year Later The Times’s Andrew Ross Sorkin, Gretchen Morgenson and Joe Nocera recount the events of the weekend that Lehman Brothers failed and discuss the lessons learned from the financial crisis…