• Foreclosure/Standing: certifying to Florida Supreme Court as question of great public importance whether a plaintiff in a foreclosure action may cure inability to prove standing at inception of suit by proof that plaintiff has since acquired standing - Focht v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Nos. 2D11-4511 & 2D11-4980 (Fla. 2d DCA Sept. 25, 2013) (reversed and remanded)
  • Claim of Lien: court erred in discharging claim of lien for discrepancy in name of lienor without holding evidentiary hearing to determine if any adverse effect resulted from discrepancy - Premier Finishes, Inc. v. Maggirias, No. 2D13-1340 (Fla. 2d DCA Sept. 25, 2013) (order quashed in part; remanded)
  • Easement: reciprocal easement for access and parking did not restrict owner from constructing building over portion of parking area on its property where construction did not interfere with access and easement did not require owner to maintain specific number of parking spaces - Casino Investment, Inc. v. Palm Springs Miles Associates, Ltd., No. 3D12-2257 (Fla. 3d DCA Sept. 25, 2013) (reversed and remanded)
  • Inverse Condemnation: inverse condemnation proceeding is in rem action that must be brought in county where land at issue is situated - TIIF v. Walton County, No. 1D13-244 (Fla. 1st DCA Sept. 23, 2013) (affirmed)