The recent decision of the florida supreme court in Bartram v. U.S. Bank National Ass’n, 211 So. 3d 1009 (Fla. 2016), resolves the question of the application of the statute of limitations in the residential mortgage foreclosure context at issue here in favor of the Bank.
Mortgage Industry Awaits florida supreme court bartram Decision on Foreclosure Statute of Limitations By: benjamin weinberg march 30, 2016. Currently pending before the Florida Supreme Court, in U.S. Bank National Association v.Bartram, is a question critical to the residential mortgage industry, certified by Florida’s Fifth District Court of Appeal as a "matter of great public importance."
Although there is no current conflict among the District Courts of Appeal as to the statute of limitations issue, the bartram court certified the following question to the Florida Supreme Court as being of great public importance: "does acceleration of payments due under a note and mortgage in a foreclosure action that was dismissed pursuant.
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Nearly a year after hearing oral argument on the matter, the Supreme Court of Florida affirmed the decision of the Fifth District Court of Appeal in Bartram v. U.S. Bank, N.A., SC14-1265 (Fla. Nov.
the precedent of this Court, the rules of civil procedure, or common sense. A mortgage foreclosure has a 5-year statute of limitations period from the date of accrual. See 95.11(2)(c), FLA. STAT. In Bartram, this Court concluded, "[w]ith each subsequent default, the statute of limitations runs from the date of
Because we believe the issue we resolve is a matter of great public importance, we certify the following question to the Florida Supreme Court: Does acceleration of payments due under a note and mortgage in a foreclosure action that was dismissed pursuant to rule 1.420(b), Florida Rules of Civil Procedure, trigger application of the statute of.
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The trial court sided with Bartram, but Florida’s Fifth District Court of Appeal reversed and held that "a default occurring after a failed foreclosure attempt creates a new cause of action for statute of limitations purposes." On appeal, the Florida Supreme Court affirmed the Fifth District.