Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Third District Reverses Order Denying Rehearing

The Third District Court of Appeal ruled today in Ross v. Ross, a case in which the lower tribunal denied a motion for rehearing filed by the former husband for being untimely.  The former husband appealed, and the lower court was reversed because the former husband, who is incarcerated, did in fact certify that he placed the document in the hands of prison officials in a timely fashion, which satisfies F.R.C.P. 1.530(g).  As such, the case was remanded for the lower court to consider the timely Motion for Rehearing.

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