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Does Surrender Mean Surrender When Filing Bankruptcy During Fla. Residential Foreclosure?

Wed Nov 16, 2016 by on Florida Law News

Summary: Filing Bankruptcy during a Fla. residential foreclosure case? The Eleventh Circuit holds that in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, when a debtor decides to surrender the property, that surrender is both a surrender to the trustee as well as to the creditor. Which means, that surrender means surrender . . . to effectively give up the property and give up your […]

New foreclosures in Florida increase for first time in 17 months

Tue Sep 16, 2014 by on Florida Law News

The following post was originally published in the Palm Beach Post by Staff Writer Kimberly Miller with excerpts by Roy Oppenheim. Newly-filed foreclosures jumped 24 percent in Florida last month compared to a year earlier, a spike that marked the first annual increase since early 2013 and led to speculation about whether a long-predicted flood of home repossessions had arrived. […]

The Times They Are A-Changin’: District Courts of Appeal Start Reversing Foreclosure Judgments

As a tribute to Bob Dylan’s 70th birthday today, his song “The Times They Are A-Changin” captures the spirit of the social and political upheaval happening in today’s Florida courts. Despite a swollen pipeline of more than half a million pending foreclosure cases, Florida’s appellate courts are starting to send a clear message that banks will not succeed in trampling […]

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