The Florida Supreme Court Friday amended Florida Rule of Civil Procedure 1.530 and Florida Family Law Rules of Civil Procedure 12.530 to expressly require that “To preserve for appeal a challenge to the sufficiency of a trial court’s findings in the final judgment, a party must raise that issue in a motion for rehearing under this rule,” effective immediately.
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The Florida Supreme Court has amended and renamed what was formerly known as the Florida Rules of Judicial Administration — now the Florida Rules of General Practice and Judicial Administration — and along with that change has made conforming and other changes to the Appellate Rules and others. All of the changes to 9.010, 9.020, […]
Writs of Certiorari, Writs of Mandamus, and Writs of Prohibition are three different ways a party in Florida state court litigation can seek appellate court intervention even though the judge has not made a final decision. If the other side seeks one of these writs from the appellate court, what do you need to do to protect yourself?