Fort Lauderdale, Florida (AP) --
A Fort Lauderdale man who owned his home free and clear was surprised to learn the bank was trying to foreclose on it.
Jason Grodensky first learned of the problem in July, less than
a year after he purchased the home with cash.
Defense attorneys say similar mistakes are popping up across
Florida as court dockets flood with foreclosure cases.
Unfortunately, they say, the problem is not easily corrected.
Grodensky spent months trying to resolve the issue, but says he
never got anywhere until local news agencies began asking questions.
Bank of America has admitted fault, and says the case will be
resolved at their expense. The problem apparently stemmed from a
foreclosure effort against the previous owner that never got
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