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Proposed amendments to Florida Rules of Civil Procedure 1.530 (Motions ...

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Proposed amendments to Florida Rules of Civil Procedure 1.530 (Motions for New Trial and Rehearing; Amendments of Judgments) and 1.535 (Remittitur and Additur) Mar 09, 2022 Notices Search News Archives

Civil procedure rule amendments dealing with ... - The Florida Bar

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Civil procedure rule amendments dealing with foreclosure actions The Florida Supreme Court recently adopted amendments to the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure as proposed by the Florida Bar’s Civil Procedure Rules Committee. The amendments are in response to legislation regarding mortgage foreclosure actions.

Rules Regulating The Florida Bar

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Bylaws of The Florida Bar (Board of Governors, Elections, Meetings, Fiscal Management, Policies, Rules, etc.) RRTFB Chapter 3: Rules of Discipline. RRTFB Chapter 4: Rules of Professional Conduct. RRTFB Chapter 5: Rules Regulating Trust Accounts. RRTFB Chapter 6: Legal Specialization and Education Programs.

A Primer on Florida’s New Summary Judgment Standard

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The Florida Rules of Civil Procedure are intended to “secure the just, speedy, and inexpensive determination of every action.” [1] The Florida Constitution, however, mandates that “ [t]he right to trial by jury shall be secure to all and remain inviolate.”

County and circuit Court jurisdiction changes to ... - The Florida Bar

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On January 1, changes in Florida state law and the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure will go into effect, changing where a variety of court actions are heard. On the first day of 2020: • County court jurisdictional thresholds increase to $30,000 on January 1, 2020, and to $50,000 on January 1, 2023.

Setting a Case for Trial: Rule 1.440 Means What It Says - The Florida Bar

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Both lines could be applied to trial courts and attorneys to describe the continued misapprehension of Florida Rule of Civil Procedure 1.440 and the simple, straightforward process it describes for setting a case for trial. Rule 1.440 The rule is clear. A case may be set for trial when it is “at issue.”

Citation Form: Keeping Up with the Times

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• Florida Rules — To cite the various Florida rules, Rule 9.800 (i) provides a list of the correct abbreviations, which are to be followed by the rule number. For example, the Florida Rule of Civil Procedure 1.180 is cited as follows: Fla. R. Civ. P. 1.180.

Pleading Requirements for a Claim for Attorneys’ Fees - The Florida Bar

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Complaints, answers, and counterclaims are pleadings pursuant to Florida Rule of Civil Procedure 1.100 (a). A motion to dismiss is not a pleading. Stockman is to be read to hold that the failure to set forth a claim for attorney fees in a complaint, answer, or counterclaim, if filed, constitutes a waiver.

A Primer on Motions to Withdraw and Attorney Liens - The Florida Bar

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The acceptable reasons for withdrawal are found in Fla. R. Prof. Conduct 4-1.16. Rule 4-1.16 (a) of the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar sets out several situations where withdrawal is mandatory. Withdrawal is mandatory when the client discharges you, when you are too sick to continue, or when continued representation will result in a violation ...

Reconsideration or Rehearing: Is There a Difference? - The Florida Bar

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Pursue the matter further with the lawyer, and ask where this 10-day period is set forth in the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure, and the lawyer will invariably point to Rule 1.530, which by its title governs motions for new trial and rehearing.