A new ruling from Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeal could mean that the losing party—on any side of a foreclosure case—could be held accountable for attorney fees.
The modification came after the state Supreme Court remanded a case to the Fourth DCA. The Supreme Court reversed part of the lower court’s ruling in the case of plaintiffs Beverly A. and Frederick J. Ellis.
Read the Fourth DCA ruling
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