Florida Supreme Court dismisses motion for rehearing in case concerning Florida Statute of Limitations


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by K.K. MacKinstry

Last week a Manhattan court ruled in Costa v. Deutsche Bank that Deutsche Bank had failed to foreclose within the six year window and was therefore barred from collecting the debt.  In the same week, the Florida Supreme Court denied a motion for rehearing in Bartram v. U.S. Bank regarding the statute of limitations in foreclosure cases, therefore ruling that there is no statute of limitation on mortgage debt in Florida.

In the 2016 Bartram opinion the court ruled that if there is an involuntary dismissal of a foreclosure in a foreclosure case, a follow-up foreclosure action can be filed. This decision allows a lender to “correct” issues in litigation and refile until they can successfully foreclose on a homeowner and is likely unconstitutional.  Bartram ruled that a follow-up filing could be done to accelerate the debt involved in a mortgage foreclosure again and again.

The decision…

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