September 6, 2016

Talk About a Hot Summer! Neustein Law Group was on Fire, Wins Six Foreclosure Appeals Across State of Florida

Neustein Law Group, PA prevailed in six separate foreclosure appeals across the State of Florida this summer. In Stoltz v. Aurora Loan Services, LLC, the Second District Court of Appeal ruled that Neustein Law Group successfully challenged the bank’s right to bring the foreclosure action, which resulted in a dismissal. In that case, Neustien Law […]

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December 18, 2015

Cómo derrotar al demandante la moción de sentencia sumaria

Muchos prestamistas presentar una moción para la sentencia sumaria, porque es una manera fácil y rápida de obtener sentencia sin ir a juicio. Los tribunales suelen conceder una moción de sentencia sumaria en casos de exclusión porque la Corte determina que el propietario no tiene defensa y no habría nada sustantivo para presentar a la […]

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December 8, 2015

Orden para mostrar causa – Estatuto de la Florida 701.10

En los últimos meses hemos sido testigos de más y más empresas del demandante de intentar obtener una sentencia definitiva mediante el uso de la Ley de la Florida 702.10. La razón de ser es que a menudo puede ser más rápido que ir por una sentencia sumaria o intentar obtener sentencia en el juicio. […]

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December 2, 2015

Order to Show Cause – Florida Statute 701.10

In recent months we have been seeing more and more Plaintiff’s firms attempting to obtain final judgment through the use of Florida Statute 702.10. The reason being is that it can often be quicker than going for summary judgment or trying to obtain judgment at trial. It works like this: Plaintiff will file a Motion […]

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November 18, 2015

Affirmative Defenses and Motions to Strike

In the context of a foreclosure, affirmative defenses are raised at some point after the plaintiff, i.e., the bank, files its complaint. If proper defenses are not raised, you will very likely be unsuccessful in the foreclosure action. Florida Rule of Civil Procedure 1.110(d) is instructive on what affirmative defenses may be raise: “accord and […]

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November 17, 2015

¿Qué es un gravamen equitativo?

Un gravamen equitativo es una herramienta para evitar el enriquecimiento injusto cuando un partido es incapaz de cobrar una deuda contraída por cualquier otro medio. Sin embargo, para establecer una causa de acción por un gravamen equitativo, no debe haber ningún otro remedio adecuado en ley. La prueba para determinar si hay otro remedio en […]

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November 10, 2015

Guardian Ad Litem – When to Appoint One in a Foreclosure Case?

A Guardian Ad Litem (also called an Attorney Ad Litem or Administrator Ad Litem) is generally appointed by the court to represent the interests of an unknown minor or incapacitated person. In the foreclosure context, the Guardian Ad Litem is usually appointed to represent the interests of an unknown entity or person, including someone who […]

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October 30, 2015

What is Equitable Subrogation in the Foreclosure Context?

Equitable subrogation allows a party discharging another party’s debt to step into the shoes of the creditor who held the discharged debt. In the context of mortgages, it is generally the law in Florida that the first mortgagee has priority to any subsequent creditors, including other mortgagees. In the context of a foreclosure, a second […]

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October 29, 2015

Cuando debo presentar una apelación?

Su pleito comenzarán probablemente en el tribunal o el tribunal inferior también se conoce como. Muchas personas piensan que una vez que el caso ha ido a juicio o sentencia sumaria y que han perdido, que no hay nada que pueda hacer. Sin embargo, hay una Corte de Apelaciones que está por encima del tribunal […]

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October 19, 2015

How to Set Aside a Clerk’s Default and Default Judgment

After the Plaintiff (usually the bank in a foreclosure action) has filed a lawsuit and served you with the initial pleading (i.e., the Complaint), you have 20 days in which to file an answer or respond to the Complaint. If you do not, the Plaintiff may file a Motion for Clerk’s Default. Each county in […]

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