It’s Alive! | Florida Supreme Court to take on PINO V. BANK OF NEW YORK to Answer “A Question of Great Public Importance”

It’s Alive! | Florida Supreme Court to take on PINO V. BANK OF NEW YORK to Answer “A Question of Great Public Importance”

In a split ruling likely to send shivers through the mortgage banking community, the Florida Supreme Court ruled Thursday that it will hear a case involving alleged “robo-signing” by a major mortgage lender even though parties in the individual case settled and asked that the case be dismissed.

In a 4-3 ruling, the state’s highest court said it will take up a case pitting a Palm Beach County homeowner against the Bank of New York Mellon even though the parties in July asked that the case be dropped.

Check out the decision below…

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4closureFraud.org

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PINO V. BANK OF NEW YORK IS ALIVE

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4 Responses to “It’s Alive! | Florida Supreme Court to take on PINO V. BANK OF NEW YORK to Answer “A Question of Great Public Importance””
  1. Michael Mallor says:

    If lender, through its counsel, allege in their complaint that (1) lender is owner and holder of note and mortgage when only copy of note is attached to complaint, and (2) lender’s counsel states to Judge untruthfully at foreclosure trial that original note is in the original file,does this misrepresentation constitute fraud on the court? If so, is there no statute of limitations in Florida under Rule 1.540(b)? Is there an experienced foreclosure defense attorney willing to represent me on a pro bono or contingency fee basis? Please contact me at michaelmallor@yahoo.com.

  2. PINO CASE – FL Supreme Court readies for case on Fraudclosure docket (4th DCA opinion here) FL Supreme Court docket here and document links here. and Ice Legal answer brief here. Email Florida Supreme Court let them know the nation is watching the Fraudclosure Case Pino v BONYM SC11-697 publicinformation@flcourts.org

  3. Dawn says:

    This is awesome. I am so glad that the Supreme Court sees the importance of these “sanctions” issues.

  4. Great! finally we will get a real case heard in a high court.

    http://www.UnitedWeStand.US.Com

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