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I am preparing that for continuation for summary judgement

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I am preparing that for continuation for summary judgement gearing,
I am confusing
between 10 days or 20 days in sufficient notice to non-moveant.

Federal rule 56 in Fl state says 10 days,
fl civil rule 150 says 20 days
which rule should I apply?
It depends...which court are you in? If you are in Federal court the Federal Rule applies (10 days)...if in state court, the state rule applies (20 days).

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