Mortgage Servicing Fraud
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FlaProSe
Moral of the story: file your notice of appeal well within 30 days of the order being entered.
Feel sorry for the homeowner. It is a situation that could  have been easily avoided.

http://www.3dca.flcourts.org/Opinions/3D12-0558.pdf
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Tim
This guy was represented by an attorney on appeal and still couldn't seem to file the notice of appeal on time!  Unbelievable!!
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FlaProSe
Yes, indeed. According to the docket report, defendant was represented by an attorney since 2011.
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Pete
Oh, here is an update on the Argilagos v. BankUnited case! The Florida Court of Appeals for the Third District vacated its prior decision dismissing the appeal and entered a new order affirming the trial court decision:

[i]Argilagos v. BankUnited, No. 3D12-558 (Fla. 3 DCA July 17, 2013)[/b]
http://www.3dca.flcourts.org/Opinions/3D12-0558.rh.pdf

Here is another great decision for the bank and for the defense foreclosure mill law firm which can now escape a legal malpractice claim. Only the borrower is completely $crewed!

I bet the law firm even clipped Julian Argilagos for another $2,000 to $5,000 to file the motion for reconsideration.
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