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Duke v. HSBC- Another Great Summary Judgment Reversal

November 30th, 2011 |  Author: Matthew D. Weidner, Esq.  Another great opinion out of the 4th DCA!

Duke SJ reversed 4DCA 11-23-11

Appellants, Rodger and Lina Duke (“the Dukes”), appeal the trial

court’s order granting final summary judgment of foreclosure in favor of

appellee, HSBC Mortgage Services, Inc. (“HSBC”). We reverse the trial

court’s order and hold that the record reflected genuine issues of

material fact, making summary judgment improper.


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Lol... I just noticed The famous Litton loan did a corrected power of attorney for this company in my county clerks office
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