Will Florida’s Supreme Court protect the Homeowner or Bank?

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“The Florida Supreme Court has repeatedly declined to protect the constitutional rights of foreclosure defendants,” and arguing that the Third dca habitually rules against homeowners in foreclosure.

decisions of other appellate courts, the Florida Supreme Court, the Homeowners’ Associations, Florida Statute 720.301 et seq. and the Florida Constitution, Article VII. Finance and Taxation, Section 6, Homestead Exemptions and Article X, Section 4, Homestead Exemptions with a decision that the governing documents

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In a significant decision that could widely impact mortgage foreclosure cases, the Florida Supreme Court has refused to allow a bank and a homeowner to settle a mortgage foreclosure case after the case had been appealed. United States Litigation, Mediation & Arbitration Duane Morris LLP 16 Dec 2011

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Florida Supreme Court Says Bank and Homeowner Can’t Settle Mortgage Foreclosure Case. December 12, 2011. If the Florida Supreme Court ultimately allows Pino to proceed with his sanctions motion, once a questionable document has been filed by a lender in a foreclosure case, the lender may lose the ability to control its case if it later discovers an irregularity, or concern, over the document.

Case Law Update: Florida Supreme Court Issues Decision in Bartram v. U.S. Bank. The Florida Supreme Court ruled in an important decision november 3 that will impact current and future mortgage foreclosure cases. The ruling in Bartram v. U.S. Bank (SC14-1265) directly affects Florida’s five-year statute of limitation in mortgage foreclosure cases.

The Oppenheim Law editorial team found this ironic: A drug dealer has more constitutional rights to protection from the government in his home than your average homeowner in foreclosure. In a case being appealed to the United States Supreme Court, the Florida Supreme Court recently held that because the "home" has a long standing history of receiving additional constitutional protect [.]