This Florida Supreme Court Ruling is a Setback for Mortgage Lenders in Foreclosure Cases

In a setback for mortgage lenders, the Florida Supreme Court Thursday ruled the Bank of New York Mellon Corp. waited too long to try to vacate an adverse judgment in a foreclosure case.  The case pitted BNY Mellon against Condominium Association of La Mer Estates Inc., which won a default judgment on a complaint to quiet the bank’s title.    Read the article………….


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