Sometimes, even where the lender has the original note and introduces it into evidence at a trial in a foreclosure, the borrower challenges standing. CONTINUE READING...
Category Archives: Foreclosures
AUTHOR: Matthew R. Chait
POSTED: April 09, 2016
- Ad Valorem Assessments
- Americans with Disabilities Act
- Attorneys' fees
- Business of Real Estate
- Commercial Brokerage
- Creditor's Rights
- Cyber fraud
- email hacking
- Liens and encumbrances
- Lis Pendens
- Loan guaranties
- Partnerships and LLCs
- Promissory Notes
- Property Tax
- Restrictive Covenants
- If I drop my FDUTPA claim because I realize I can’t prove actual damages, am I still liable for the defendant’s attorney’s fees?
- Does Florida’s homestead protection from creditors extend to sale proceeds invested in securities?
- Reforeclosure – the good, the bad and the ugly
- Can I Get a Money Judgment If I Can’t Locate the Defendant or If He Resides Out of State?
- No right to jury trial in foreclosure, even where lender seeks money judgment on promissory note