March 1, 2004 Regular News Forget to put your client’s address in the judgement? James W. Martin A recent decision of the Second District Court of Appeal reminds Florida lawyers what happens when a lawyer fails to put the client’s address in a final judgment: Recording a certified copy does not make it a lien on real property. Even including the attorney’s address in the judgment does not help. It must be the client’s address.In Tomalo v. Kingsley Displays, Inc., 2003 Fla. App. LEXIS 19266;29 Fla. L. Weekly D 12 (Fla. 2d DCA Case No. 2D02-5702, December 19, 2003), the judgment did not include Kingsley’s address, but it did include Kingsley’s name followed by “c/o” and the address of its lawyer. The court said that this did not satisfy the requirement of F.S. §55.10(1). This statute is the one that says a lien on real property is created when a certified copy of the judgment is recorded in the county in which the land is located. The statute also states that, “A judgment…does not become a lien on real estate unless the address of the person. . . is contained in the judgment. . . or an affidavit with such address is simultaneously recorded.” The court held that the statute specifically required the judgment holder’s address, so the attorney’s address did not satisfy the statute.The court cited similar cases reaching similar results in the First and Fourth districts ( Hott Interiors, Inc. v. Fostock, 721 So. 2d 1236, 1238 (Fla. 4th DCA 1998), and Robinson v. Sterling Door & Window Co., 698 So. 2d 570, 571 (Fla. 1st DCA 1997)). Thus, it appears that this simple error of not including the client’s address in a judgment is one that is common throughout the state and is one that has potentially serious consequences.In the Tomalo case, Kingsley’s judgment was recorded a year before Tomalo’s judgment, but the court found that Kingsley’s judgment did not create a valid lien on real property due to its failure to include Kingsley’s address, so Tomalo won. We can all learn from that lesson: Put your client’s name and address on the judgment, not just your address. James W. Martin is a corporate, real estate, and probate lawyer in St. Petersburg, who has written for the Florida Bar Journal and News , ALI-ABA Practical Lawyer, and West Publishing, and has more information on his Web site, www.jamesmartinpa.com. Practice Tips: Forget to put your client’s address in the judgement?
Madrid, Feb 17: Real Madrid have the chance to further extend their lead at the top of the La Liga on Saturday which promises to be decisive in the outcome of the title race. Real entertain Espanyol in the Santiago Berbeu Stadium before travelling to play one of the two games they have in hand over their title rivals in Valencia on Wednesday.Saturday’s game comes on the back of Madrid’s 3-1 win at home over poli in which they played some of their best football of the year to come back from a goal down.And Real coach Zinedine Zidane will probably make some changes to his starting 11 with players such as Matteo Kovecic, Isco and cho Ferndez in with the chance of starting, reports Xinhua news agency.The big news for Saturday is the likely return of Welsh forward Gareth Bale to action after almost three months out with an ankle injury. Bale is unlikely to start the game, but will probably be introduced as a substitute sometime in the second half.Espanyol have traditiolly been a comfortable rival for Real Madrid and last season saw them beaten 6-0 at home and away to the league leaders.However, they have toughened up considerably under Quique Sanchez Flores and after a slow start to the season have an outside chance of qualifying for Europe next season.Gerard Moreno is a handful in attack, while former Valencia winger Pablo Piatti is usually at the heart of their best moves and has been involved in half of their goals this season, either scoring them himself, or supplying the fil pass.Meanwhile former Real Madrid goalkeeper Diego Lopez is assured of a warm reception on his return to the Berbeu, although most Madrid fans will be expecting to see him pick the ball out of the net on more than one occasion. IANS
Asmir Begović is for a long time now one of the best European goal keepers.Begović plays in the Stoke City since February 2010 and according to the British “Mirror” he is wanted in Liverpool in the January deadline.The club from Anfield wanted to bring the “Minister of defence” in the summer 2013, but they weren’t prepared to give 15 million pounds that Potters asked.Instead, they signed Simon Mignolet for 9 million pounds.Still, the Belgian goal keeper didn’t do much in the first season because Liverpool’s net received 50 goals, most ever in the history of this vice-champion.Begović’s contract expires in the summer 2016 which means that the Reds could bring him for 10 million pounds.(Source: Vijesti.ba)
Renowned Finnish ski jumper Matti Nykanen died on Monday at the age of 55. Nykanen won several Olympic gold medals, first in Sarajevo in 1984 and three in Calgary in 1988, Xinhua reports.Additionally, Nykanen won six world championships in ski jumping.The death of Nykanen was reported by several Finnish media agencies and confirmed by his family to national broadcaster, Yle. Finnish Minister for European Affairs, Culture and Sport Sampo Terho praised Nykanen as a great sports hero.After he retired from skiing, Nykanen became an entertainer and published music albums. Nykanen married six times, with five persons. He had three children, newspaper Helsingin Sanomat reported.He had a alcohol problems. In 2009 Nykanen was sentenced to prison for aggravated assault.
The 2020 PGA Championship hasn’t played out exactly as everyone thought.Sure, you have your usual top contenders, such as Brooks Koepka, Justin Rose and Jason Day, who are all near the top of the leaderboard. But who expected Haotong Li to be the lone golfer atop the standings after two rounds at TPC Harding Park? He put on a virtuoso performance with a 5-under 65 on Friday to go 8 under for the tournament. The results of the first two days of action have produced new pairings and tee times. Below is a full breakdown of the 2020 PGA Championship, including tee times and groupings for Round 3:PGA Championship tee times & pairingsRound 3 of the 2020 PGA Championship will start at 11:10 a.m. ET as Mackenzie Hughes tees off on Hole 1. The final group of the day — Li and Tommy Fleetwood — will tee off at 6 p.m. ET.Round 3: Saturday, Aug. 8(All times Eastern; all golfers begin at Hole 1)Tee timeGroup11:10 a.m.Mackenzie Hughes11:20 a.m.Charl Schwartzel, Chez Reavie11:30 a.m.Louis Oosthuizen, Luke List11:40 a.m.Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas11:50 am.Patrick Cantlay, Erik van RooyenNoonRory Sabbatini, Sung Kang12:10 p.m.Sepp Straka, Adam Long12:20 p.m.Matt Wallace, Mark Hubbard12:30 p.m.Phil Mickelson, Ian Poulter12:40 p.m.J.T. Poston, Bubba Watson12:50 p.m.Harris English, Byeong Hun An1 p.m.Tiger Woods, Keith Mitchell1:10 p.m.Shane Lowry, Danny Lee1:20 p.m.Ryan Palmer, Kevin Kisner1:30 p.m.Tom Hoge, Russell Henley1:40 p.m.Cameron Smith, Doc Redman2 p.m.Robert MacIntyre, Billy Horschel2:10 p.m.Jim Herman, Emiliano Grillo2:20 p.m.Abraham Ancer, Kurt Kitayama2:30 p.m.Rory McIlroy, Victor Perez2:40 p.m.Nate Lashley, Gary Woodland2:50 p.m.Webb Simpson, Brian Harman3 p.m.Denny McCarthy, John Rahm3:10 p.m.Kevin Streelman, Viktor Hovland3:20 p.m.Joost Luiten, Adam Hadwin3:30 p.m.Adam Scott, Collin Morikawa3:40 p.m.Patrick Reed, Bryson DeChambeau3:50 p.m.Harold Varner III, Brandt Snedeker4 p.m.Brendan Steele, Joel Dahmen4:10 p.m.Tony Finau, Bud Cauley4:20 p.m.Scottie Scheffler, Dylan Frittelli4:30 p.m.Hideki Matsuyama, Si Woo Kim4:50 p.m.Alex Noren, Matthew Wolff5 p.m.Dustin Johnson, Bernd Wiesberger5:10 p.m.Lanto Griffin, Xander Schauffele5:20 p.m.Paul Casey, Brendon Todd5:30 p.m.Mike Lorenzo-Vera, Cameron Champ5:40 p.m.Brooks Koepka, Justin Rose5:50 p.m.Jason Day, Daniel Berger6 p.m.Haotong Li, Tommy Fleetwood Meanwhile, the much-heralded featured group of Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods and Justin Thomas had much less impressive outings despite making the weekend cut. They managed to make it to Round 3 with scores of 1 under, even and 1 over, respectively. Still, they fared better than several other notable golfers: Sergio Garcia, Rickie Fowler, Jim Furyk, Marc Leishman and Henrik Stenson all failed to make it, for example.MORE: Everything to know about the 2020 PGA ChampionshipIt just goes to show that anything can happen at the PGA Championship.