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  1. Thanks FSUgirl07 and Kutuzov. I had the MTD to dismiss for failure to post bond and the day I was going to file - they posted bond. Which still leaves me with original problem - Judge verbally ordered them to prepare an order denying my original MTD and to provide the notice of assignment and account statements. 35+ days later they finally gave the order to the judge (FL Bar conduct states that atty should have prepared order by the next business day and given to me for review before sending to judge - of course they dont' follow the rules of conduct). The order the judge signed made no m
  2. Thanks all. Case is in County Civil (just under $15k alleged). My answer to action shouldn't need to be filed until 10 days after the order on the last motion is filed - the problem is that the judge VERBALLY ordered opposing counsel to write the order, but it has been 20+ days and he/they never wrote the order (denying the motion and requiring the submittal of docs within 20days). According to the Florida Bar, opposing counsel should have prepared the order the next business day, sent to me for review and then to the judge for signature. 20 days have passed since I filed the "notice of
  3. @kutuzov @racecar @FSUgirl07 @DUkester2000 or any other FL member or admin that can offer advice, I would greatly appreciate your thoughts/advice. Thank you!
  4. History: Served by JDB, I filed MTD, MTD denied. Judge ordered opposing counsel to submit an order denying the motion and requiring the submittal, within 20 days, of the alleged notice of assignment (condition precedent to bringing action) and other alleged docs to support cause of action. FL Bar conduct states that atty should have prepared order by the next business day and given to me for review and then sent to judge. I also filed a MTD to dismiss for failure to post nonresident bond. More than 20 days have passed and atty has not prepared order, supplied docs or posted bond; so they a
  5. Thank you Kutuzov. No pre trial conference, just a hearing on my MTD. I have seen objections to witnesses appearing telephonically, but I hadn't seen any objections to atty appearing telephonically. I've googled and haven't found an example, do you know of any source? Can they bring up anything else during the hearing other than to argue the merits of my MTD? It has been more than 30 days since complaint and no bond filed, so tomorrow I'm gong to notify them (via the email) of the JDB's failure to post a non-resident cash bond.
  6. JDB filed complaint (in FL) as Account Stated. I filed MTD and Plantiff's atty has notified me of hearing on the MTD. They will be appearing telephonically. I was surprised JDB atty scheduled the hearing, as the court clerk said I would need to call back 10 days after filing MTD to schedule the hearing. Should I expect anything other than to argue the merits of my MTD.