I don’t know who Jacqueline Harvey is….BUT I LIKE HER!
When I first read the Fourth DCA Opinions in Harvey, I was critical of the fact that a pro se person filed the appeal that resulted in a bad opinion…made worse when it came out on rehearing. Then I actually read her briefs..and frankly they were quite good….I take back my criticism.
And after she got kicked by the 4th DCA, she’s refusing to take NO! for an answer and has appealed to the Florida Supreme Court.
Good for her!
We need more people in this country to stand up and tell our courts we’re not going to take these games, these lies, this abuse from the banks….but enough of me, listen to what Jacquelyn has to say!~
This case cries out for resolution! The Fourth District opinion (the
“Opinion”) found Deutsche Bank (“Deutsche”) had standing to foreclose against
Jacqueline Harvey (“Harvey”) based on an assumption that Deutsche processes the
original mortgage note with blank endorsement – even though the record on appeal
and relied upon by the court in the Opinion is only a copy of the note. The
Opinion also found that filing a fraudulent assignment of mortgage is irrelevant in
The Opinion not only conflicts with one hundred years of Florida
foreclosure law – it sweeps away un-contradicted precedent in this Court as well as
the district courts of Florida. If allowed to stand, the Opinion will transform
Florida into a foreclosure wasteland, where unscrupulous banks and their attorneys
(without worrying about the rules of evidence) can file fraudulent documents, i.e.
assignment of mortgages and copies of promissory notes, passing them off as the
“originals,” whose actions would be rejected virtually everywhere else.