I own a rental in FL. The management company is in GA. A tenant
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This question concerns Florida Rules of Civil Procedure and/or
This question concerns Florida Rules of Civil Procedure and/or Florida Statutes in regards XXXXX XXXXX for truthfulness when a Plantiff attaches a copy of the alleged "contract" between the parties in an action brought upon a contract. I am aware that FL RCP states that, under Rule 1.130, Attaching Copy of Cause of Action and Exhibits (a) Instruments Attached.All bonds, notes, bills of exchange, contracts, accounts, or documents upon which action may be brought or defense made, or a copy thereof or a copy of the portions thereof material to the pleadings, shall be incorporated in or attached to the pleading. No papers shall be unnecessarily annexed as exhibits. The pleadings shall contain no unnecessary recitals of deeds, documents, contracts, or other instruments. If the Plaintiff attaches an alleged "contract" that is actually not the true and correct contract (document) between the parties, and in fact does not even contain the signatures of the parties (which the true and correct contract DOES contain), does the defendant have grounds under Florida Rules/Law to assert a fraud upon the Court?
I import shoes from Brazil and wholesale them in the U.S.
I import shoes from Brazil and wholesale them in the U.S.The factory sent me 1000 pairs of shoes that 1/3 of them were defective.Not only can I not sell approximately 300 pairs, but this has really hurt my reputation with my retail vendors for obvious reasons.The factory has been very hesitant about giving me credit for the defects.What should I do?
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Dont know if my question is going through so I will try
Dont know if my question is going through so I will try again. I am in Louisiana and I am buying a truck in Texas. My son is in Texas and could drive it to me but the dealer says I have to sign papers in person. I read where the papers could be faxed to a Notary and I could signvthem at the Notarys office and sent back. Is this true ? Is there another way to get this done ?
I took my boat to a marine boat seller to sell my boat. I
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What is the name of my court system? I'm signing an NDA. I
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