The court did not rule the lien invalid because it was never brought there. During discovery (in preparation for court) we found that the supplier had no evidence of what they stated in their claim (that they had supplied materials less than 90 days of when the lien was filed....hence we (and they) knew their lien was not valid, which I assume is why they took no action to prosecute the case.
The case was not formally dismissed as far as I know (how can I find that out?), the plaintiff simply took nor further action on it. That is my primary question.....given the lack of action/prosecution for the last 8 years, does the judge automatically dismiss for lack of prosecution or do I need to file a motion?
Walton County Florida....the case number XXXXX XXXXX
I already searched the site and there was "no data found" which makes me think it has been dismissed. If the case has been dismissed but lien has not (which would be odd given they expire after one year if a lawsuit hasn't been filed) can I file the special pleading pro se or does it have to be an attorney? Is there a standard form used?
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