And what is the section of the Statute that this is recorded therein?
2. Is there a 10 day waiting period between the Certificate of Sale and Certificate of Title to take care of objections? And what is the section of the Statute that this is recorded therein?
3. Is there still a requirement that the auction has to be advertised twice with two weeks apart? And what is What section of the Statute that this is recorded therein?
4. Does the Certificate of Title have to be personally signed by a representative of the Clerk of Court? And what is the section of the Statute that this is recorded therein?
5. If the foreclosed home has not been advertised in the media, is a Certificate of Sale permitted to be issued. If it has not, what are the legal remedies one could use to stop the home sale?Your answers to the above short 10 questions would be very much appreciated. Thank you.
The clerk can stamp the certificate of sale. And no offense but providing statute numbers is outside the bounds of Avvo and free assistance. A lawyer isn't going to go do the research for you for free as believe it or not we don't memorize statue numbers. You are free to search the statutes online for free for the keywords and find the statute numbers and read them.
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Wow! Much of this information can be found for free in the internet and Florida statutes. You ask a lot of questions but you do not say what is your situation. Are you trying to vacate a sale? vacate a judgment? Good Luck.
Look you need to talk to a lawyer, if this is your situation and you don't have much time. The statutes sets out the requirements for publication, and the clerks have approved list of publication. Some may seem obscure but they have been screened to the the legal requirements. Talke to a lawyer, if this is your situation and do it quickly time flys.
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