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Foreclosure law in Florida continues to develop at an aggressive pace. Florida’s appellate courts generate a volume of case law every year, providing a need for the addition of new chapters and expanded discussions to this guide. The latest edition includes new form pleadings and discovery, a quick reference guide for the evidentiary basis of trial exhibits, and other relevant forms. For solo practitioners, foreclosure attorneys, litigators, law libraries and business libraries.
Heidi Bassett crafts a practice-focused framework, and follows developments in:
• The Life of a Mortgage Foreclosure in Florida
• Default and Acceleration
• Statutes of Limitation and Repose
• Standing to Foreclose
• Title Considerations
• Foreclosure Complaints
• Responses to Foreclosure Complaints
• Statutory Defenses and Claims
• Litigating with Associations
• Litigating with Other Interests in Foreclosures
• Motions for Summary Judgment in Foreclosure Cases
• Foreclosure Trials and Evidence
• Post-Judgment Motion Practice
• Attorney Fees
• Deficiency Judgments