Open toolbar

Equal Credit Opportunity Act

Happy New Year! We sincerely hope that 2015 brings you great success and many new quality loans. One of the most important things a lender can do when writing a new loan is consider the available assets of a borrower, just in case the loan becomes non-performing. Historically, lenders have been less inclined to require…

Read More

Change to Florida Rules of Civil Procedure Governing Mortgage Foreclosures

The Florida Supreme Court adopted an amendment to the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure which is effective immediately.  The amendment creates a new rule, namely Fla. R. Civ. Pro. 1.115 – Pleading Mortgage Foreclosures.  In addition to the previous requirement that a Complaint for mortgage foreclosure on residential property be verified, the new rule also…

Read More

New Release

October 6, 2014 – In an effort to keep clients and firm contacts abreast of recent changes in Florida law, Ellison Lazenby, PLLC would like to pass along important information regarding a recent changes in creditors’ rights law that could affect all creditors seeking to enforce judgments in Florida. Specifically, a recent change in Florida…

Read More
Skip to content