A state appeals court has ordered a foreclosure case reinstated because the homeowners filed “fabricated” documents that made them appear to be the lender and a bank to be the borrower.

Citing a “mind-boggling” series of events, a three-judge panel of the 3rd District Court of Appeal ruled in favor of lender JPMorgan Chase and sent the foreclosure case back to Miami-Dade Circuit Court, where former Judge Peter Adrien made the original ruling.

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