When Miami ordered Babylon International Inc. to repair a run-down building or face its demolition, the property owner took it up on the offer.
Investors who lost millions on a luxury project right before the housing market collapsed couldn't convince the courts to rule in their favor against the man who brought them into the deal.
Real estate attorney David Podein describes his law school-era bout with cancer.
New troubles are brewing for embattled mortgage loan servicer Ocwen Financial Corp., hit Thursday with two high-profile lawsuits by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi.
After years of litigation, a patient Miami developer acquired a prime parcel in Wynwood for about $400,000 below the purchase price in his lease.
Defeating a motion to dismiss, HSBC Bank USA N.A. can move ahead with its appeal of part of a circuit court ruling that left it facing sanctions for "unclean hands" in a foreclosure case.
The court looked leniently on the suit from a pro se plaintiff who claimed the bank illegally locked her out of her Miami home without a foreclosure judgment.
Deutsche Bank National Trust went too far when it "sequestered" rental income from a condominium in foreclosure, Florida's Third District Court of Appeal found.
Borrowers seeking attorneys' fees on appeal can't have it both ways when it comes to lenders' legal standing to foreclose.
A Trump company fighting a roughly $32,500 bill could end up paying more than 10 times as much in litigation costs.