Month: January 2014

Florida Foreclosure Process Mistakes Result in Political Waste

The Florida Foreclosure Process Blog here at KNZ has highlighted a wide variety of attorney and bank misconduct during the course of the foreclosure crisis.  During the height of the rise in Florida foreclosures, banks and their attorneys have been accused of doing everything from falsely dating documents to forging signatures to lying about serving …

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Florida Foreclosure Process Allows Sale to Proceed on Modified Loan

The Florida foreclosure process over the past few years has brought every different kind of malfeasance to light.  Whether it was attorney misconduct, banks foreclosing on homeowners who were current, or banks lending in racially discriminatory manners, very few have made it through the last few years with reputations unscathed.  From this mire of unpleasantness, …

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Nieves Prevails in Appellate Court in Foreclosure Process

King, Nieves & Zacks is proud to announce here on its Florida foreclosure process blog that Florida foreclosure, bankruptcy, and civil attorney Enrique Nieves has scored another appellate victory.  In the appellate win, the Fourth District Court of Appeals held that summary judgment against a homeowner was improperly granted because the Bank failed to comply …

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