This question is for Law Educator, Esq. Plaintiff, suing on contract failed to attach the contract -- its own form contract -- to its complaint - in violation of FL RCP. Our amended answer had pointed this out -- without engaging in their discovery (litigation) attempts. They didn't attach the contract because it contains a full blown arbitration clause - which plaintiff tried to conceal. For background, can you point me to a link (for FL) that shows a Motion to Dismiss due to existence of Arbitration clause? Thank you.
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