The state of Florida continues to experience long foreclosure timelines, but not everyone is happy with a proposed remedy the state legislature just passed.

The bill, which is designed to expedite the foreclosure process, will become law if Florida’s governor signs it. Still, many believe pushing the process into high gear is not what the system needs.

Florida media outlet WGCU covered the ongoing debate with attorneys fighting on both sides. One group of lawyers plans to file suit, citing constitutional violations if the bill becomes law. Another group believes the long, arduous foreclosure process in Florida needs this remedy to streamline the process.

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