Governor Ron Desantis issued a Limited Extension of Mortgage Foreclosure and Eviction Relief per Executive Order 20-180.
The new order narrows the previous stay of foreclosures and evictions by:
Limiting relief to single family mortgagors and residential tenants;
Limiting relief to proceedings solely arising from non-payment by single family mortgagors and residential tenants affected COVID-19.
Clarifying that all payments are due when an individual is no longer adversely affected by COVID-19.
The new order does not suspend any proceedings unrelated to non-payment.
The applicable Executive Orders expire on September 1, 2020.
MDGR LAW specializes in foreclosure defense. Florida foreclosure laws can be complicated and being a party to a foreclosure lawsuit could be a daunting ordeal. It is important to understand that banks who initiate foreclosure actions must comply with the law in order to win their foreclosure suit. A homeowner could have several defenses to a foreclosure action that could save his or her home from being taken by the bank or lender. Attorney Melissa Ramnauth has extensive experience representing a national bank in Florida foreclosure lawsuits. She now defends consumers in foreclosure actions.
If you are facing foreclosure, schedule a consultation for an analysis of your options and legal defenses.
Melissa D. Goolsarran Ramnauth, Esq. is an American foreclosure, civil litigation, and bankruptcy attorney of Trinidadian and Guyanese descent. She graduated magna cum laude from the University of Miami with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science, a minor degree in History that focused on the slavery and indentured servitude eras, a minor degree in Criminology, and a Juris Doctor degree.
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