Standing in foreclosure cases continues to be a hot issue in Florida’s appellate courts. It seems like a week doesn’t go by without an opinion that reminds lenders what they need to do to establish standing to foreclose a mortgage.

This week, Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeal issued two opinions discussing foreclosure standing. Both

HSBC Bank avoided a potential attorney’s fee judgment when the trial judge deemed abandoned a borrower’s post-dismissal motion for costs and attorneys’ fees. In an opinion released this morning, Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeal affirmed that ruling in the case of Domenic Grosso a/k/a Domenic L. Grosso v. HSBC Bank USA, N.A., 4

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency has issued OCC Bulletin 2016-6, which outlines its process for providing an opportunity for the banks that it supervises (such as national banks, federal savings banks, and federal savings associations) to respond to charges of non-compliance with Bank Secrecy Act compliance program requirements or repeat/uncorrected problems with