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Arguing Fla. Stat. 559.715

Compliance with Fla. Stat. 559.715 has become a common argument in foreclosure cases, ever since I published the concept on this blog years ago.
I’m fine with this … honest, I am.
I knew it would happen when I went public with the argument.

That said, if you’re going to copy this argument, then, for the love of God, do it right!

(SMH at the recent Summerlin decision, which lacks legal authority and is plainly wrong.)

Mark Stopa

www.stayinmyhome.com

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AOL Studios / Huff Post Documentary

This was one of the videos in a series, sponsored by State Farm, titled “Simple Acts of Kindness.”

 

 
 

Mark Stopa

www.stayinmyhome.com

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Appellate Brief from that Gainesville Trial

Remember that Gainesville trial?  You know, the one where the judge threatened to hold me in contempt mid-trial, then prevented me from presenting any evidence in defense of the case?

Well, here’s the Initial Brief from the appeal in that case.  (Note that, yes, the judge did recuse himself, though, again, I make no comment.)

This brief is a bit shorter, but it includes some arguments I don’t typically make … consider it more arrows in the quiver.  🙂

Given the first two issues, I’m confident in a reversal on appeal, and I’d be mildly surprised not to see a confession of error.  But you never know with those banksters.  😉

 

Mark Stopa

www.stayinmyhome.com

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