• Landlord-Tenant: reversal of a judgment of eviction is not, by itself, sufficient to sustain a claim of wrongful eviction - LK Group Holding Company v. Spurrier Investments, Inc., No. 4D12-991 (Fla. 4th DCA Apr. 13, 2013) (affirming summary judgment)
  • Foreclosure: summary judgment improper where genuine issue of fact remains whether plaintiff complied with condition precedent of providing pre-suit notice required by mortgage - Forster v. Regent Bank, 4D12-1037 (Fla. 4th DCA Apr. 3, 2013) (reversing summary judgment)
  • Foreclosure: trial court erred in denying borrower's motion for leave to file counterclaim and granting lender's motion for summary judgment because lender failed to introduce proper evidence that counterclaim was futile or evidence sufficient to establish standing at the time of filing suit - Green v. JP Morgan Chase Bank, No. 5D12-870 (Fla. 5th DCA Apr. 5, 2013) (reversing final judgment of foreclosure)
  • Foreclosure: trial court erred in dismissing foreclosure complaint because verification was legally sufficient despite omitting signor's positional authority - US Bank, NA v. Wanio-Moore, No. 5D12-1746 (Fla. 5th DCA Apr. 5, 2013) (reversing dismissal without prejudice of foreclosure complaint)
  • Declaration: amendment of declaration by developer was an improper exercise of power to the extent it relieved developer of certain burdens; Fla. Stat. § 723.3086 applied to developer despite fact that declaration was recorded before statute was enacted - Flescher v. Oak Run Associates, Ltd., Nos. 5D12-2575 and 5D12-3254 (Fla. 5th DCA Apr. 5, 3013) (affirming in part and reversing in part summary judgment)