Daily Business Review –
No note? No problem — at least for JPMorgan Chase N.A. in a foreclosure trial.
But the Third District Court of Appeal reversed the final judgment granted without “any document or other evidence to establish its foreclosure action.”
The bank triumphed in a bench trial after filing to foreclose on a condominium at 7910 Harbor Island Drive in North Bay Village in 2013.
The borrower, Angel Enrique Abreu, received $263,250 in July 2008 on a note that set an interest rate of 7.625 percent and monthly payments at about $1,863.