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I had 5 affirmative defenses presented in my foreclosure

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I had 5 affirmative defenses presented in my foreclosure case. Bank moved to strike them. Judge K granted to strike 2, and denied striking 3. Judge K left to different court and judge M who was elected the first time as judge took over. Bank moved for summary judgment on my 3 defenses allowed by judge K. Instead of hearing (she was not ready to rule) she took two months to rule over the mail. I haven't received the decision yet but the court records online show that she granted banks motion on nov 16. What can I do? Can I talk to judge K? How do I get back my 3 defenses?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Real Estate Law
Expert:  MIAMILAW1127 replied 1 year ago.

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You can either file a Motion for Rehearing/Reconsideration or appeal the decision to the upper, appellate courts.

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