I’m going to keep saying it because I mean it. The attorneys at Ice Legal are the best foreclosure fighters in the state. First reported on the site 4closurefraud is the latest, hot off the presses example of their excellent work.
Judges in Pinellas County have recognized for some time that the Affidavits in Support of Summary Judgment do not form the basis for Summary Judgment in the majority of foreclosure cases. Now judges from across the state are picking up on this. The laws are the same across the state; we need to be fighting for uniform correct interpretation of these laws. Palm Beach County has been a tough environment for borrowers and homeowner defense, but the tide is turning even in that county, as evidenced from the attached transcript.
THERE WILL COME A TIME WHEN THE IMPROPER FORECLOSURE PRACTICES THAT HAVE INFECTED OUR COURTROOMS ARE PUT TO A HALT
When this happens, those attorneys like Ice who led the charge will be vindicated. Until then, savor the attached transcript and make objections based on hearsay affidavits a fundamental part of your practice.
In response to the good judge’s comments in this hearing that hearsay affidavits must be objected to in order for them not to be introduced, I attach the response to that from a reported case which stands for the proposition that courts should not accept hearsay affidavits even if they are not objected to.