Tuesday, March 6, 2012

First District Reverses Ban on Future Pleadings

The First District Court of Appeal ruled today in Pullins v. Britton and D.O.R., finding first that the order on appeal was not appealable, but devoting some time to addressing the lower court’s prohibition on the Appellant’s future filing of any pleading alleging improper service of process except if filed by a member of the Florida Bar.  As there was no finding or other evidence that notice and opportunity to respond were given to the Appellant before that serious sanction was entered, the case was remanded for the lower tribunal to ensure such notice.

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