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This second edition is fully updated to reflect the Florida Supreme Court's approval of the publication of new standard jury instructions for civil cases. Prepared by Florida attorneys and the LexisNexis editorial staff, reviewed by appellate and retired trial court judges, this is the only publication to cover general civil, tort and contract litigation instructions in one comprehensive research source.
Coverage includes basic concepts and procedures governing instructions for any stage of a civil action, a comprehensive section on breach of contract and a plethora of material on tort actions. In every area covered, pattern instructions are accompanied by:
• The cases or statutory authorities on which the instruction is based
• A use of Instruction that explains how and when an instruction should be used with guidelines for using alternative provisions
• A Comment that provides a brief legal background, advice in areas where there is a conflict of law or where there is an issue of trial strategy
• References that tie the work to other chapters in the set and to other Matthew Bender publications for further clarification of the law.
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Table of contents
Division I Instructions Used In All Civil Actions
Part A Procedure and General Instructions
Part B Liability for the Acts of Others
Part C Multiparty Disputes
Division II Breach of Contract Actions
Part A General Contract Instructions
Part B Specific Types of Contracts
Division III Tort Actions
Part A General Tort Instructions
Part B Specific Tort Actions
Part C Actions Against Providers of Professional Services
Part D Actions Against Manufacturers and Distributors of Products
Part E Actions Against Public Entities and Employees [reserved]
Part F Actions Against Public Entities and Possessors of Real Property
Part G Actions Against Operators of Modes of Transportation
Part H Actions Against Insurance Companies
Part I Remedies
Division IV Statutory Actions
Chapter 160 Eminent Domain Proceedings
Chapter 161 Federal Employers' Liability Act
Table of Statutes
Table of Cases