Month: July 2013

Florida Foreclosure Process, Vacancy & Blight

One interesting news item for those interested in the Florida foreclosure process and the Florida foreclosure timeline comes to us from Los Angeles, where Deutsche Bank settled a lawsuit alleging that Deutsche allowed large numbers of foreclosed properties to become blighted.  Paying $10 million dollars, Deutsche admitted no wrongdoing as part of the settlement. This …

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Bank Foreclosure Attorney Misconduct Alleged

Part of the aftermath of the Florida foreclosure process and the housing crisis has been the enormous amount of probing into allegedly unethical processes by attorneys.  These questions have been meticulously documented in Dustin Zacks’ recent law review Article, “Robo-Litigation,” which highlighted problematical attorney practices investigated by attorney generals or sanctioned by courts in various …

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