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Two weeks ago, the Florida Supreme Court clarified the application of equity principles in seeking vacation of a foreclosure order in the decision Arsali v. Chase Home Finance, LLC. The decision is consistent with Mr. Roper's prior instruction on principles of equity posted here at the Forum four years ago. The case is:

[i]Arsali v. Chase Home Finance, LLC, No. SC12-600 (Fla. July 11, 2013)[/b]

Some Florida District Courts of Appeals had sought to engraft onto equitable principles the idea that there always had to be an inadequacy of sales price. Mr. Roper has taught us that equitable principles are centuries old and that we should look to equity jurisprudence for the answers.

The Florida Supreme Court clearly agrees and corrected the drift by the Courts of Appeals to narrow the application through a distortion of prior Florida Supreme Court holdings which were wholly consistent with mainstream equity jurisprudence.
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