Appellate Ruling Illustrates Importance of Proper Service of Process and Procedural Steps in Foreclosure Cases (FL)

Associations have been counseled for the last several years to move quickly to foreclose on units in cases of prolonged lender foreclosures so that they could utilize these residences to reap rental income while the bank cases languish.    Read the article………..


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