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Paragraph 22

Foreclosure turned over Paragraph 22 of the Mortgage

In this Third District Court of Appeals case, the bank tried to foreclose the homeowner’s mortgage at summary judgment; it entails that there be no questions of material fact. And, the bank should have permission to a foreclosure judgment as a matter of law – a stage before trial. Read more to find out how this connects to paragraph 22. What Happened? The homeowner also filed for summary judgment; in dispute

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Loan Servicer Failed to Verify Records from its Predecessors

Defense lawyer Bruce Jacobs claimed that beyond matching columns and fields and using a checklist to confirm receipt of key documents, the servicer did not verify details in the files. Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Beatrice Butchko vetoed Ocwen Financial Corp.’s banking records. And, she left out its testimony. This was after discovering the loan servicer failed to verify its predecessor’s records in a foreclosure case. Butchko allowed an involuntary dismissal in

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