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Second District Court of Appeal: Bank Must Prove Amounts Due and Owing

We received a great ruling the other day from the Second District Court of Appeal, reversing a summary foreclosure judgment entered in one of our cases. The Second District made it very clear that the summary judgment evidence was not sufficient to prove the amounts claimed to be due and owing and it is the bank's burden to do so. The opinion can be read here.


Ryan Torrens

Consumer Litigation Attorney

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