"Most of this bill is just totally useless," said Sarasota-based attorney Henry Trawick, an expert on Florida's judicial rules and author of Trawick's Florida Practice and Procedure. "The courts already have the ability to do virtually everything they want to do here."

Trawick blames overwhelmed bank attorneys for the delay in processing foreclosure cases. He said if the bill passes it will face a constitutional challenge on a provision that attempts to define abandoned homes so that a faster foreclosure can occur.

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