Florida court rejects mortgagee’s attempt to limit liability for HOA dues after foreclosure

The Florida Second District Court of Appeal recently reversed a trial court’s order in a mortgage foreclosure action limiting the liability of a loan servicer who acquired title by foreclosure for past-due condominium assessments, holding that the trial court lacked subject matter jurisdiction because the specific issue of assessments was not litigated or adjudicated by the trial court.    Read the article…………


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