• Sovereign Immunity: non-final order denying Citizens’ motion to dismiss insurance bad-faith action on grounds of sovereign immunity was not subject to interlocutory review by writ of prohibition or certiorari Citizens Prop. Ins. Corp. v. San Perdido Ass’n, No. SC10-2433 (Fla. Nov. 15, 2012) (approving decision of district court of appeal denying certiorari review)
  • Temporary Injunction: county was entitled to temporary injunction against property owners and property lessees to require them to comply with provisions of ordinance while parties litigated constitutionality of ordinanceManatee County v. 1187 Upper James of Fla., LLC, No. 2D12-1425 (Fla. 2d DCA Nov. 16, 2012) (reversing order denying motion for temporary injunction)
  • Standing: possession of note determines standing to foreclose, and holder of original note endorsed in blank has standingEverhome Mortg. Co. v. Janssen, No. 2D11-4592 (Fla. 2d DCA Nov. 14, 2012) (reversing order vacating final judgment)
  • Voidability of Judgment: if plaintiff lacked standing when it filed suit, final judgment is voidable, not void, and may not be set aside under Florida Rule of Civil Procedure 1.540(b)(4)Everhome Mortg. Co. v. Janssen, No. 2D11-4592 (Fla. 2d DCA Nov. 14, 2012) (reversing order vacating final judgment)
  • Mechanic’s Lien: property owner who did not receive notice of claim from lienor was not entitled to summary judgment because fact question remained whether lienor was a “laborer” who fell within exception to statutory notice requirement Barber v. Dahlia at Plantation Homeowners Ass’n, No. 4D11-3699 (Fla. 4th DCA Nov. 14, 2012) (reversing order of final summary judgment)