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A Compendium of Capacity Cases by Matthew Weidner

A Compendium of Capacity Cases by Matthew Weidner

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Matt Weidner just put up his Compendium of Capacity Cases document for all to see. The efforts put into this document are amazing. Take the time to read and understand these issues and us it in your arsenal. Thank you FOR ALL OF YOUR HARD WORK Matt!

Excerpts from his blog...

The systematic failure of the banks that are bulldozing through communities across this country to plead their capacity is a key issue that should lead to dismissals of these cases.

The shadowy and shifty nature of these Plaintiffs who enter evidence in the name of one party, then either move to substitute in another party or worse fail to advise the court that the named party no longer has any interest in the case is a pervasive problem that we’re only now starting to come to understand.

We all should be paying attention to all Motions to Substitute Party Plaintiff, especially when these are ex parte.

Exactly Who Are We Negotiating With? Who Are We Litigating Against?

LET’S ALL KEEP IN MIND THAT WE’RE NOT TALKING ABOUT SMALL MONEY HERE…WE’RE TALKING BILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN JUDGMENTS THAT ARE BEING ISSUED TO ENTITIES THAT WE HAVE NO IDEA HOW TO IDENTIFY, HOW TO SERVE, WHO REALLY HAS AN INTEREST IN THESE PROCEEDINGS.
Wow...

Matt Weidner just put up his Compendium of Capacity Cases document for all to see. The efforts put into this document are amazing. Take the time to read and understand these issues and us it in your arsenal. Thank you FOR ALL OF YOUR HARD WORK Matt!

Excerpts from his blog...

The systematic failure of the banks that are bulldozing through communities across this country to plead their capacity is a key issue that should lead to dismissals of these cases.

The shadowy and shifty nature of these Plaintiffs who enter evidence in the name of one party, then either move to substitute in another party or worse fail to advise the court that the named party no longer has any interest in the case is a pervasive problem that we’re only now starting to come to understand.

We all should be paying attention to all Motions to Substitute Party Plaintiff, especially when these are ex parte.

Exactly Who Are We Negotiating With? Who Are We Litigating Against?

LET’S ALL KEEP IN MIND THAT WE’RE NOT TALKING ABOUT SMALL MONEY HERE…WE’RE TALKING BILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN JUDGMENTS THAT ARE BEING ISSUED TO ENTITIES THAT WE HAVE NO IDEA HOW TO IDENTIFY, HOW TO SERVE, WHO REALLY HAS AN INTEREST IN THESE PROCEEDINGS.

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Page The Law Offices Of Matthew Weidner, P.A.
 
A Compendium of CapacityCases
Prepared by Matthew D. Weidner, Esq.
 A graduate of the Florida State University and the Florida State University College of Law, Mr. Weidnerfirst served as counsel to several statewide professional organizations before entering private practice inJacksonville, Florida. A partner in the firm, Weidner, Bowden & Weidner, P.A. his scope of practiceincluded administrative law, civil litigation and real estate litigation and where he representedindividuals and corporations in a wide range of complex legal matters.
 
Mr. Weidner was admitted tothe Florida Bar in 1999 and is admitted to practice in the Federal Court, Middle District of Florida,Northern District of Florida and the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal 11th Circuit inAtlanta, Georgia.
 
Mr. Weidner has been practicing civil litigation since 1999 and has representedclients in foreclosure, consumer and commercial finance transactions and civil litigation since that time.
 
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TABLE OF CASES, RULES, AND AUTHORITIES
Capacity
..........................................................................................................................................................Rules: ...........................................................................................................................................................Rule 1.120(a), Fla. R. Civ. P. ................................................................................................................. 2Rule 1.110(b), Fla. R. Civ. P. ................................................................................................................. 3Authorities: .................................................................................................................................................59 Am.Jur.2d
Parties
§ 31 (1971) ......................................................................................................... 4Cases: ..........................................................................................................................................................Plumbers Loc. U.N. 519, Miami Fla. v. Serv. Plbg., 401 F. Supp. 1008 (1975) ...................................... 5Coburn v. Coleman
 
, 75 F. Supp. 107 (1947) ....................................................................................... 11Hershel California Fruit Products Co. v. Hunts Food, 119 F. Supp. 603 (1954) .................................. 14Keehn v. Joseph C. Mackey and Co., 420 So. 2d 398 (Fla. 4
th
DCA 1982) ........................................... 18Altamonte Hitch & Trailer v. U-Haul, 498 So.2d 1346 (Fla. 5
th
DCA 1986) ......................................... 21McDonough Equip. v. Sunset Amoco West
 
, 669 So.2d 300 (Fla. 3
rd
DCA 1996)................................. 24Underwriters at LaConcorde v. Airtech Serv., 493 So.2d 428 (Fla. 1986) ........................................... 27Klebanow v. New York Produce Exchange, 344 F. 2d 294 (2
nd
Cir. 1965)) ......................................... 32Shaw v. Stutchman, 105 Nev. 128 (1989) ........................................................................................... 38Sun Val. V. American Land Lease, 927 So.2d 259 (Fla. 2
nd
DCA 2006) ................................................ 42Asociacion, Perjudicados v. Citibank, 770 So.2d 1267 (Fla. 3
rd
DCA 2000) ......................................... 47Batavia, LTD. v. United States Etc., 393 So.2d 1207 (Fla. 1
st
DCA 1980) ............................................. 49Wittington Condominium v. Braemar, 313 So.2d 463 (Fla. 4
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DCA 1975) ......................................... 52Batavia, LTD. v. United States Etc.
 
, 393 So.2d 1207 (Fla. 1
st
DCA 1980) ............................................. 49Seminole Tribe of Fla, Inc v. Courson, 183 So.2d 569 (Fla. 2
nd
DCA 1966) ......................................... 59Arky, Freed, Stearns, Watson, Greer, Weaver & Harris, P.A. v. Bowmar Instrument Corp.,537 So.2d 561 (Fla. 1988) ................................................................................................................... 61Goldschmidt v. Holman, 571 So.2d 422 (Fla. 1990) ............................................................................ 65770 PPR, LLC v. TJCV Land Trust, 4D08-4796 (Fla. 4
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DCA 2010) ....................................................... 69Wachovia v. Matacchiero, Pinellas Case No. 08-16936-CI-13 ............................................................ 74HSBC v. Bolin, Pinellas Case No. 09-005190-CI-19 .............................................................................. 77HSBC v. Montgomery
 
, Pinellas Case No. 52-2009-CA-005696 ........................................................... 78
 
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 Rule 1.120(a), Fla. R. Civ. P.RULE 1.120. PLEADING SPECIAL MATTERS(a) Capacity.
It is not necessary to aver the capacity of a party to sue or be sued, the authority of a partyto sue or be sued in a representative capacity, or the legal existence of an organized association of persons that is made a party, except to the extent required to show the jurisdiction of the court. Theinitial pleading served on behalf of a minor party shall specifically aver the age of the minor party. Whena party desires to raise an issue as to the legal existence of any party, the capacity of any party to sue orbe sued, or the authority of a party to sue or be sued in a representative capacity, that party shall do soby specific negative averment which shall include such supporting particulars as are peculiarly within thepleader
s knowledge.

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