I. FLORIDA STATE CASES – SASHA GRANAI FUNK -
Foreclosure: final judgment of foreclosure without amounts due and owing invalid and precludes foreclosure sale - King v. US Bank, No. 1D13-3109 (Fla. 1st DCA Nov. 6, 2013)...more
The California Court of Appeal reversed a lower’s court’s dismissal of a lawsuit by a borrower alleging that her lender breached an agreement to offer a permanent loan modification after she made all required payments under a...more
Text message: “Awesome.”
Is that any way to form a contract? In 2011, a Florida state court said it was.
It was as early as 1677 that the British Parliament passed the Statute of Frauds, which generally provided...more
In 1677, the English Parliament enacted a law establishing a legal principle that was eventually adopted by all of the future states of its nascent colonies – the Statute of Frauds....more
The Statute of Frauds is a BIG deal in real estate transactions and litigation. (This is our second post about it already…)....more
The Fourth Circuit, in an unpublished opinion, recently held that an oral statement that borrowers should disregard notices of foreclosure sale while being considered for a loan modification is insufficient to set aside a...more
Valid Description? We don’t need no valid stinking description!
Actually, in May v. Buck, a Texas Court of Appeals says you do. The need for a sufficient property description in a oil and gas transaction seems like an...more
Leave it to Don King to muddy the legal waters. Consistent with its recent pattern of strictly enforcing agreements, the Florida Supreme Court issued a decision that refused to expand exceptions to the Statute of Frauds. DK...more
On March 7, the Texas Court of Appeals of the Thirteenth District affirmed a trial court’s holding that the essential terms of an option contract for the purchase of real estate were present when three e-mail messages...more
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