Florida Appeals Court 2nd District Rules in favor of borrower – Focht v Wellsfargo

As, I have said over and over again, it was ALL false, faked, fraudulent, fabricated. My home was stolen.

Mario Kenny

Florida Appeals Court 2nd District Rules in favor of borrower – Focht v Wellsfargo

Focht v Wellsfargo..

Accordingly, we certify the following question as one of great public importance:
CAN A PLAINTIFF IN A FORECLOSURE ACTION CURE
THE INABILITY TO PROVE STANDING AT THE
INCEPTION OF SUIT BY PROOF THAT THE PLAINTIFF
HAS SINCE ACQUIRED STANDING?

Reversed and remanded.

DAVIS, C.J., Concurs.

ALTENBERND, J., Concurs with opinion.

ALTENBERND, Judge, Concurring.

I concur in this decision because existing precedent requires me to do so.

A requirement that the plaintiff prove that it owned or possessed a promissory note at the commencement of a foreclosure action may have made sense during earlier periods of economic downturn, but in this era of…

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