Fla. Supreme Court Holds Each Default Triggers New SOL, Manner of Dismissal of Prior Foreclosure Not Material to SOL Analysis

The Supreme Court of Florida today issued its long-awaited ruling in Bartram v. U.S. Bank, involving when Florida’s five-year mortgage foreclosure statute of limitations is triggered. The Court held that: “[W]ith each subsequent default, the statute of limitations runs from the date of each new default providing the mortgagee the right, but not the obligation, […]Christopher P. Hahn

Source: Consumerfsblog – Fla. Supreme Court Holds Each Default Triggers New SOL, Manner of Dismissal of Prior Foreclosure Not Material to SOL Analysis

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