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Florida Civil Procedure
Copyright 2016, Matthew Bender & Company, Inc., a member of the LexisNexis Group.
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Juan Ramirez, Jr.
Florida Civil Procedure (Matthew Bender) provides practical and comprehensive analysis of the entire spectrum of civil procedure in Florida applicable before, during, and after trial. It covers venue, personal jurisdiction, service of process, pleadings and motions, parties, discovery, trials, defaults, judgments, post-trial motions, and appeals. It also explains injunctions, declaratory actions, extraordinary remedies, and arbitration, as well as particular procedural issues associated with medical malpractice and family law actions.
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See Chapter 1 for an introduction to actions and pre-filing considerations. See Chapter 2 for coverage of rules of procedure. See Chapter 14 for coverage of depositions. See Chapter 16 for coverage of requests for production and inspection. See Chapter 25 for discussion of a subpoena duces tecum for a deposition.
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