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Usually a lawyer will file Motion to Dissolve Injunction (aka an Application to Dissolve Injunction) or a Motion to Modify an Injunction. We can't recommend any specific form set to use but if you a Google search for the terms "florida motion to dissolve injunction" the first several listings will include forms that can be used with either no, or only a light, modification.
Before he files this he will want to check and see if the injunction dissolved according to its own terms. Many injunctions state a certain date by which they dissolve automatically or that they are only valid for a certain period of time.
So if the injunction has already dissolved, there is no reason to file anything because the order is no longer valid. If it is still valid then he would file one of the documents mentioned above and that are shown in the Google search.
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