Continuing from my last post, this post (also excerpted/adapted from my CLE presentation o the Florida Bar Appellate Practice Section) outlines some unique legal issues that arise in foreclosure appeals.  

Attorney’s Fees

Particularly in residential mortgage cases, fee structures in foreclosure appeals can be different from other cases. On both sides of the aisle,

[The following is excerpted/adapted from a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) presentation I gave earlier this year for the Florida Bar Appellate Practice Section’s Monthly CLE Teleconference. Because the lecture was too long for one post, I’m breaking it down into several posts.]

Foreclosure cases are not what many think of as being the sexiest cases.

Florida’s Third District Court of Appeals had harsh words for a foreclosing bank’s counsel in Jade Winds Association v. Citibank, N.A., No. 3D11-275, released on Wednesday, May 4, 2011.

The 3rd DCA not only reversed an order that had cancelled a foreclosure sale at the bank’s request, but called out the bank’s counsel for