Florida governor signs bill to speed up state’s foreclosure process

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Governor Scott Signs Mortgage Foreclosure Bill. With Scott’s signature, the Bill became effective. The Legislature intends for this Bill to help expedite the foreclosure process. Supporters of the Bill believe it addresses the problem of blighted neighborhoods from vacant properties locked in foreclosure litigation,

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Governor Rick scott signs 36 bills into Law Governor Rick Scott signed the following bills into law today: HB 21 The bill requires the Department of Education to create a uniform, statewide photo identification badge signifying that a noninstructional contractor meets certain background screening and other requirements.

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ALBANY-Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed into law the "zombie property" bill on June 23rd. The legislation, which passed the State Legislature, is geared to combating the blight of vacant and abandoned properties throughout the state providing further assistance to those in danger of losing their homes, and in some cases expediting the foreclosure process.

This past Friday, Governor Scott signed the mortgage foreclosure bill, HB 87, which purports to expedite the backlog of Florida foreclosure actions. According to the bill analysis, Florida foreclosure actions average 853 days, more than double the national average of 414. Nonetheless, as a tradeoff, the bill introduces more onerous pleading requirements on foreclosure plaintiffs [.]

Florida governor signs bill to speed up state’s foreclosure process. Florida’s governor signed a much-discussed foreclosure bill Friday, enacting a series of provisions aimed at speeding up the default process in the state. While the legislation is considered a response to Florida’s untimely foreclosure timelines,