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The Florida Supreme Court’s long-awaited decision in Bartram v. U.S. Bank has tentatively established that a holder is not barred from filing subsequent foreclosure action within five years after.
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The trial court sided with Bartram, but Florida’s Fifth District Court of Appeal reversed and held that "a default occurring after a failed foreclosure attempt creates a new cause of action for statute of limitations purposes." On appeal, the Florida Supreme Court affirmed the Fifth District.
One of the cases I have been monitoring is U.S. Bank NA v Bartram, which had been argued before the Florida Supreme Court ("Supreme Court").The issue at bar concerns the statute of limitations for filing a foreclosure suit. I think this case is being watched closely not only because of its impact on Florida’s statute of limitation provisions but also because of its wider, national.
Florida Supreme Court Issues Landmark ruling on Statute of Limitations for Foreclosure: Bartram Affirmed. While a dismissal without prejudice would allow a mortgagee to bring another foreclosure action premised on the same default as long as the action was brought within five years of the default per section 95.11 (2) (c),
Because we believe the issue we resolve is a matter of great public importance, we certify the following question to the Florida Supreme Court: Does acceleration of payments due under a note and mortgage in a foreclosure action that was dismissed pursuant to rule 1.420(b),
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The Florida Supreme Court ruled that lenders can refile foreclosure cases against owners still in default, even if the cases started more than five years ago, outside Florida’s statute of limitations.
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