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Tipsy Coachman, Anticipatory Repudiation, and Adhering to Your Own Contractual Remedies: Fourth DCA Affirms Judgment for Prospective Home Buyers Despite Seller’s Assertion of Anticipatory Repudiation Defense

By Robin Bresky |

Shelby Homes at Millstone, Inc. v. Cullinane, 4D10-289 May 18, 2011 Four months prior to expiration of the contractual time period for completion of a home, the buyers’ counsel sent a letter to the seller’s counsel stating that the home buyers “may not be able to obtain financing under the same terms and conditions… Read More »

Fourth DCA Holds Order Dismissing Action for Failure to Attend Case Management Conference Insufficient Without Finding of “Willful and Contumacious Conduct”

By Robin Bresky |

Dedmon and Kelly v. Kelly, 4D09-3572 May 18, 2011 The Fourth District wrote to address an appeal from an order of dismissal of appellants’ complaint for failure to appear at a case management conference. A clerk’s default was entered in favor of appellants, and the appellee’s motion to set aside default was denied by… Read More »

Resolved in Favor of the Innocent Co-insured

By Robin Bresky |

The issue as to whether or not an insurance company can deny coverage to an innocent co-insured based on the failure of a spouse to attend an examination under oath (EUO) was resolved in favor of our client, the innocent co-insured. Our client’s home was burglarized by an unknown assailant. The client preformed all… Read More »