The push to remove foreclosures from courtrooms is going to be one of the biggest and most bruising battles of this upcoming legislative session. Just wait until you see the intellectually corrupt (and just plain old every day corruption)…
PEOPLE MUST WAKE UP AND UNDERSTAND WHAT IS HAPPENING HERE. YOUR FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS ARE BEING STRIPPED AWAY. YOU ARE A SLAVE AT SUFFERANCE, BOUND TO THE WHIMS AND DESIRES OF THE BANKS
MOST PEOPLE ARE NOT WILLING TO DEVOTE A FEW MOMENTS OF TIME TO COMMENT ON ARTICLES LIKE THIS OR TO SHARE, OR TO SIGN PETITIONS…..SHAMEFUL.
On its face, it certainly sounds attractive: Speed up Florida’s foreclosure process to help the state move past the crisis to a healthier economy. But as Gov. Rick Scott, House Speaker Dean Cannon and Senate President Mike Haridopolos echo support for moving at least some foreclosures out of the court system to speed up the process, they should not erode borrowers’ rights or encourage banks to cut even more corners. And they will have to address the fiscal impact on the courts, which rely heavily on foreclosure fees to keep the doors open.