Florida Civil Procedure: Motions

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Ervin A. Gonzalez
LexisNexis, Jan 1, 2005 - Civil procedure
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This Guide is part of a 5-volume series that gives you step-by-step guidance on procedural issues and quickly points you to LexisNexis resources that help you build your case. This volume concentrates on the proper procedure related to motions and gives complete and current coverage on relevant topics, including such areas as: Preliminary Motions, Challenges to Jurisdiction or Venue, Disqualification of Judge, Summary Judgment, Settlement. Forms are included.
 

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Contents

DRAFTING MOTIONS
USING MOTIONS IN PLEADING STAGE
USING MOTIONS TO LIMIT OR DEFINE DISCOVERY
18A Failure to Comply with Court Rules May Result in Sanctions
ISSUES
JURISDICTION IN GENERAL
CHALLENGING SUBJECT MATTER JURISDICTION
CHALLENGING PERSONAL JURISDICTION
WAIVING DISQUALIFICATION
SEPARATE TRIALS
14A Courts Discretion to Conduct Separate Trials
Default
of Action
RESPONDING TO MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT
INCLUDING AFFIDAVIT IN SUPPORT OF MOTION
FORMS

CHALLENGING THE EXERCISE OF JURISDICTION
Challenges to Venue
09A Request Dismissal Based on Forum Non Conveniens
Motions to Strike
MAKING A MOTION TO STRIKE PLEADINGS
REVIEWING GRANT OR DENIAL OF MOTION
Removal
Case Is Removable
FORMS
Voluntary Dismissal
DISMISSAL FOR FAILURE TO PROSECUTE
APPELLATE COURT MAY EXTEND TIME TO PERFORM
25A File Final Disposition Form for Case Settled Without Court
Sanctions
CUMULATIVE INDEX
OPPOSING MOTIONS TO COMPEL DISCOVERY
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