Former political prisoner preventing for her dwelling
MIAMI (CBSMiami) – An 83-year-old who spent 19 years as a political prisoner in Castro’s Cuba is preventing hold her dwelling right here in South Florida.
Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava has intervened to delay the eviction of Ana Rodriguez, which was scheduled to happen on Wednesday.
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The Financial institution of New York Mellon foreclosed on her dwelling in 2018.
A purchaser from California bought the three-bedroom dwelling alongside SW eight Avenue and Le Jeune Highway a 12 months in the past and is in search of to evict Rodriguez. That’s one thing her lawyer Bruce Jacobs says didn’t undergo the best channels.
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“They’re violating my consumer’s constitutional rights by depriving her of her property with out due course of,” he stated.
Rodriguez’s lawyer says the foreclosures was fraudulent.
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He argues the eviction shouldn’t go ahead and that the foreclosures relies on cast paperwork.