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  • Can I Lose My Florida Foreclosure Surplus Funds?
    Can I Lose My Florida Foreclosure Surplus Funds?

    Yes, various ways. However, today I want to discuss Florida Statute 45.032 (5)(C) and how many people have lost their funds due to this specific statute. What happens if a homeowner doesn’t properly ...

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  • Haynes & de Paz, P.A. Proudly Donates Toys to OrphanCared Holiday Toy Drive
    Haynes & de Paz, P.A. Proudly Donates Toys to OrphanCared Holiday Toy Drive

    Haynes & de Paz, P.A. our Florida-based foreclosure attorneys are proud supporters of our communities and people in need. When the holiday season comes around, we like to redouble our efforts to give ...

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  • Why a Florida Former Homeowner Should Never Hire a Surplus Recovery Company to Collect Surplus Funds
    Why a Florida Former Homeowner Should Never Hire a Surplus Recovery Company to Collect Surplus Funds

    As soon as your foreclosure sale goes through, you will start receiving calls, text messages and even people showing up at your door. These people are associated with surplus recovery companies, asset ...

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  • Collect Your Florida Foreclosure Surplus Funds Without Committing Perjury
    Collect Your Florida Foreclosure Surplus Funds Without Committing Perjury

    Perjury: the offense of willfully telling an untruth after having taken an oath or affirmation. In Florida, the crime of Perjury in an Official Proceeding is a Third Degree Felony and is punishable by ...

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  • Florida Foreclosure surplus funds:  Do not Assign Away Your Foreclosure Surplus Funds to a Surplus Recovery Company!
    Florida Foreclosure surplus funds: Do not Assign Away Your Foreclosure Surplus Funds to a Surplus Recovery Company!

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  • Florida Foreclosure Tax Deed Surplus Funds:  How to Beat a Lien Holder and Collect your Money!
    Florida Foreclosure Tax Deed Surplus Funds: How to Beat a Lien Holder and Collect your Money!

    We have handled dozens of tax deed surplus cases. The law is pretty clear. A lien holder is entitled to surplus funds before the former owner. Yet, how is it that we have been able to, legally, ...

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