Florida Civil Practice Law and Rules (Redbook)
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Brought to you through a collaboration between LexisNexis and the Florida Bar Legal Publications, this affordable, practice-enhancing single volume provides targeted, authoritative coverage of civil practice in Florida - both the legislative and analytical content you need to succeed in practice.
The Florida Civil Practice Law and Rules Redbook contains the Florida Civil Practice & Procedure title and the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure, as well as related sections. Helpful practice material includes more than 40 selected civil procedure forms covering different aspects of the civil trial process, from pretrial motions and discovery through appellate briefs.
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Table of contents
2019 Legislative Changes
2020 Legislative Changes
Selected Civil Procedure Forms
TITLE VI. CIVIL PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE
TITLE I. CONSTRUCTION OF STATUTES
TITLE VIII. LIMITATIONS
TITLE XXXVI. BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS
TITLE XXXIX. COMMERCIAL RELATIONS
FLORIDA COURT RULES
FLORIDA RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE
RULES REGULATING THE FLORIDA BAR