Florida Supreme Court Admits Failure of Its Residential Mortgage Mediation Program: Sad News for Florida as Foreclosure Crisis Continues


There's no label other than failure to place upon the Florida plan for mediation of residential mortgage foreclosures now that Chief Justice Charles Canady signed the Florida Supreme Court's administrative order gutting the program this week.

This isn't a surprise to most of us. Already on the table was the October 2011 panel recommendation that the circuit courts should oversee mediations of residential foreclosure lawsuits according to their own individual needs, not having the one size fits all program that had been structured by the Florida Supreme Court to be implemented statewide.

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Published In: Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Updates, Civil Procedure Updates, Finance & Banking Updates, Residential Real Estate Updates

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