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William A. Roper, Jr.
The Florida Court of Appeals for the 2nd District reversed a summary judgment improperly granted in a case where the defendant borrower denied that the plaintiff satisfied conditions precedent.  The case is:
Goncharuk v. HSBC Mortgage Services, Inc.Case No. 2D10-2629 (May 20, 2011),%202011/2D10-2629.pdf
Goncharuk cites the Court's prior decision in Sandoro v. HSBC Bank.  This case was featured in a prior thread:

FL Court of Appeals Reverse Summary Judgment Due To Disputes of Fact: Sandoro v. HSBC Bank N.A.


Those with interest in the topic of conditions precedent might also want to review my prior thread:

The Conditions Precedent Affirmative Defense

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William A. Roper, Jr.
Google Scholar has posted the Goncharuk decision:

This version has hyperlinks to many of the cited cases.
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Mr. Roper also discussed conditions precedent within this older thread!

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Further discussions were made to settle things out.
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