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Opinion Published: 08/07/13

Summary judgment against homeowner reversed because the defendant challenged the authority of the endorser to sign the two allonges.

http://www.4dca.org/opinions/August%202013/08-07-13/4D12-2471.op.pdf
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JeffT
Some Forum users discussed these issues in another thread last year:

"Can an allonge be a forgery?" (Posted 12/04/12)
http://ssgoldstar.discussioncommunity.com/post/Can-an-allonge-be-a-forgery-6109710
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JeffT
Anyone who is going to attack an allonge should probably also read this old thread which has a lot of useful information:

"Thinking About Allonges Under the UCC and New York Law" (Posted 02/04/11)
http://ssgoldstar.discussioncommunity.com/post/Thinking-About-Allonges-Under-the-UCC-and-New-York-Law-5077362
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