Speeding up foreclosures could leave families homeless

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Speeding up foreclosures could leave families homeless

Speeding up foreclosures could leave families homeless

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Look around, there’s probably a foreclosure in your neighborhood, and those homes can sit empty for years due to a huge backlog in Florida courts. Since 2008, when the average foreclosure took five months, the process has been known to last as long as 814 days.

This week, Gov. Rick Scott signed a bill to speed up the process, and let attorneys handle the paperwork, but Chip Parker, Managing Partner of Parker and Dufresne Law Firm calls the move unconstitutional.

“This turns the whole idea of due process on its head.”

Instead of requiring banks to prove why they should take a home, Parker says the law requires homeowners, who have little legal background, to keep their house out of the bank’s hands, and they only have a few days to do it.

[ACTION NEWS JAX]

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