RICHARD vs BANK OF AMERICA | FL 4DCA - Here, the borrowers made a preliminary showing that their due process rights were violated. The bank has not pointed to any evidence that the borrowers had actual knowledge of the judgment in time to pursue relief other than by a rule 1.540(b)(4) motion.

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RICHARD vs BANK OF AMERICA | FL 4DCA – Here, the borrowers made a preliminary showing that their due process rights were violated. The bank has not pointed to any evidence that the borrowers had actual knowledge of the judgment in time to pursue relief other than by a rule 1.540(b)(4) motion.

RICHARD vs BANK OF AMERICA |  FL 4DCA – Here, the borrowers made a preliminary showing that their due process rights were violated. The bank has not pointed to any evidence that the borrowers had actual knowledge of the judgment in time to pursue relief other than by a rule 1.540(b)(4) motion.

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