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Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Bogus Process Servers Imperil Florida Homeowners

The residential real estate market is besieged by many problems.  Another problem emerging and finally getting noticed is the problem of bogus service upon homeowners/borrowers.  (Thanks to Kimberly Miller of the Palm Beach Post for bringing this to my attention.)

Bad service of process means a court case proceeds, often with the homeowner totally unaware of it.

Bogus service -- or more accurately, false or fraudulent service -- constitutes obstruction of justice and perpetuates a fraud upon the court and all its participants.  Bogus service is one element in a series of events that can allow a bank to literally steal someone's home, even when the homeowner is making payments in full or, even worse, has no mortgage in the first place!

Eric Dixon is a New York lawyer specializing in investigating complex financial and business matters. Mr. Dixon is a 1994 graduate of Yale Law School and has significant securities compliance, business transactions and investigative experience.  Mr. Dixon is available to consult with interested Florida parties, but is not admitted to the Florida Bar -- despite being far more qualified than many of the lawyers crawling the Sunshine State -- and accordingly will not make court appearances as counsel of record in Florida. Mr. Dixon is available for consultation and comment at 917-696-2442 and via e-mail at edixon@NYBusinessCounsel.com.




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