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 […]
Tag: statute of limitations
1. When does the Statute of Limitations begin to run? The Statute of Limitations begins to run when the bank files a complaint to foreclose or otherwise affirmatively communicates acceleration of the balance of the loan for the home to the borrower in writing. 2. How has Florida ruled on it? One Florida court has held that when a first […]
Part 1: Burning Issues Regarding the Foreclosure Five Year Statute of Limitations and Who it Affects In part one of his two part video series Roy Oppenheim discusses the burning issue regarding the foreclosure five year statute of limitations rule and who it affects.
The following article was written by Kimberly Miller – for the Palm Beach Post and republished with excerpts by Roy Oppenheim, Oppenheim Law for the South Florida Law Blog. WEST PALM BEACH — Florida’s five-year deadline to foreclose on a home is ticking on thousands of aging cases statewide, giving lucky borrowers a shot at a free house and catching banks with […]
The following article was written by KIMBERLY MILLER -for Palm Beach Post Staff Writer and republished by Roy Oppenheim for the South Florida Law Blog. He is the self-proclaimed condo king of New England, a man so cheeky that after five years in prison for bank fraud he’d moor his 94-foot yacht off the federal courthouse in Boston just to goad prosecutors. She is the […]