Under Florida Law, a borrower must plead the affirmative defense of laches in order to attempt to defeat a mortgagee's claim for foreclosure. Laches is as an equitable doctrine that is based upon an unreasonable delay on Plaintiff's part in asserting a known right that causes undue prejudice to the party against whom the claim is asserted.
Under Florida Law, the five-year statute of limitations on foreclosure begins to run when the last payment is due unless the mortgage or promissory note contains an optional acceleration clause. When the promissory note or a mortgage contains an optional acceleration clause, the five-year statute of limitations begins to run on the date the acceleration clause is invoked.
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Attorneys' Title Fund Services, LLC (The Fund) announced The Law Office of Sam J. Saad III has been named a Member of The Fund President's Circle.
In an effort to keep you informed about legal actions that affect your business, we are sharing the following Congressional Notice regarding the Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act of 2014.
The Law Office of Sam J. Saad III is pleased to welcome attorney David T. Lupo as the firm's Senior Counsel.