This case involves the application of Florida’s lis pendens statute, section 48.23, Florida Statutes, to liens placed on property between a final judgment of foreclosure and the judicial sale. We agree with the Appellee, Town of Lauderdale-by-the-Sea (“the Town”), and ... Read More
Quiet title suits in Florida are a complex and difficult cause of action. There are far too many people out there, oftentimes hucksters and legal snake oil salesman, that propose Quiet Title suits as cure-alls ... Read More
There can be no question that Florida real estate law is complex and that navigating the issues surrounding real estate litigation and cases requires the skill and attention of an experienced Florida real estate attorney. The case ... Read More
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I get calls frequently from investors who purchased properties at the public foreclosure auction only to learn that they did not really get such a ... Read More