In a highly unusual turn of events, the Per Curium opinion overturning the trial court’s dismissal was overturned on Motion for Rehearing en banc — including all the 4th DCA judges.
Changing its course, the full court of the 4th DCA corrected the erroneous unanimous decision of the same court, which held that proof of the validity of the indorsement is not required, reversing the trial court’s involuntary dismissal.
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The issue at its core is very simple. Is there a creditor to stand up before the court and say that they are entitled to enforce the alleged obligation under the putative note? The answer…
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