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1. 702.03 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 702.03 702.03 Certain foreclosures validated.—All mortgage foreclosures heretofore made, or now pending, wherein there has been annexed to the bill of complaint in such cause, an uncertified copy of the mortgage, as provided by chapter 12095, Acts of 1927, entitled: “An act to amend section 38

2. 721.81 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 721.81 721.81 Legislative purpose.—The purposes of this part are to:(1) Recognize that timeshare interests are used for vacation experience rather than for homestead or investment purposes and that there are numerous timeshare interests in this state.(2) Recognize that the economic health and

3. 73.061 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 73.061 73.061 Pretrial hearing.—(1) Prior to the date of trial, the court may hold a hearing, in limine, to settle all disputed matters properly before it which must be determined prior to trial. Should it appear that the causes of action joined cannot be conveniently disposed of together, the

4. 713.28 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 713.28 713.28 Judgments in case of failure to establish liens; personal and deficiency judgments or decrees.—(1) If a lienor shall fail, for any reason, to establish a lien for the full amount found to be due him or her in an action to enforce the same under the provisions of this part, he or

5. 718.401 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 718.401 718.401 Leaseholds.—(1) A condominium may be created on lands held under lease or may include recreational facilities or other common elements or commonly used facilities on a leasehold if, on the date the first unit is conveyed by the developer to a bona fide purchaser, the lease has

6. 719.401 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 719.401 719.401 Leaseholds.—(1) A cooperative may be created on lands held under lease or may include recreational facilities or other common elements or commonly used facilities on a leasehold, if, on the date the first unit is conveyed by the developer to a bona fide purchaser, the lease has

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