Palm Beach Post | Quickie Foreclosure Bill Dies Friday in Senate

“Homeowner advocates cheered the bill’s death, declaring “Victory!” on the website.”


Quickie foreclosure bill dies Friday in Senate

by Kim Miller

The streamlined foreclosure bill that would have reduced the amount of time a bank can pursue a homeowner for back debt but allow a faster foreclosure process in some cases never made it to a vote in the Senate.

With the 2012 legislative session ending Friday, the bill (SB 1890) was still on the calendar for second reading. The House version of the bill (HB 213) passed in the House earlier in the week.

While an amendment filed late Thursday would have tacked some of the foreclosure bill language onto another proposal, that bill also never got voted on.

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One Response to “Palm Beach Post | Quickie Foreclosure Bill Dies Friday in Senate”
  1. TheHutMaster says:

    Well I think it is time for the whole Florida Ponzi government to be jailed for their crimes against the citizens of the great state of Florida.

    Bank owned Bondi and the wicked witch sponsoring this bill have dirty diapers and should be deported for TREASON against Florida and domestic terrorism. I empower ALL Sheriffs to honor their oath, and arrest each and every member for Domestic Terrorism. The Sheriff has a duty, by OATH, to arrest Bondi and the others with Dirty Hands.

    A citizens Arrest is not off the table and will be executed if the proper authorities do not do their duty.

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