Banks are the biggest barriers to speeding the foreclosure process in Florida because they let cases linger in the courts and continue to present flawed documents, the state courts administrator told a Senate subcommittee this week.
Lisa Goodner’s presentation, which included findings from the recently formed Foreclosure Initiative Workgroup, comes as Palm Beach County foreclosure attorneys scramble to respond to new local rules meant to hasten the rate of home repossessions.
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Palm Beach County pending foreclosure cases by year filed
Source: Palm Beach County Clerk & Comptroller