Please note the “Zoom hearing time” on your case(s) as
there may be a time difference from the originally scheduled hearing(s) via
CourtMap. In addition, please remember to download Zoom and login for your
video conference(s). Upon entering Zoom, please wait until the court concludes
its prior hearing and joins you. Upon receipt of the respective Zoom invite,
please confirm your attendance with the judicial staff at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank
ALERT - PLEASE READ COVID19 MITIGATION REQUIREMENT FOR DIVISION 04, ORDER EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY. ALL HEARINGS SHALL BE CONDUCTED VIA ZOOM. WE WILL BE SENDING ZOOM INVITATIONS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO HEARING. SEE EMERGENCY ORDER BELOW. PLEASE CHECK WEBSITE PERIODICALLY FOR NEW UPDATES.
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NEW MANDATORY CASE MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES
In compliance with Florida Supreme Court Administrative Order 20-23A12 and the 11th Judicial Circuit Administrative Order 21-09, lawyers and litigants are required to follow the procedures outlined below:
A. For cases filed BEFORE APRIL 30, 2021, you MUST submit CASE MANAGEMENT REPORT AND ORDER via CourtMAP under Proposed Orders.
Click here for the Case Management Report.
Click here for the Case Management Order.
Word versions of the Case Management Report and Order are also located below under the DOCUMENTS tab.
B. DO NOT submit a Case Management Report and Order if:
1. There is already an EXISTING CASE MANAGEMENT ORDER setting forth all pretrial deadlines.
2. Your case is already set for trial.
3. Your case is currently on inactive status by court order.
4. Your case is subject to current moratoria.
5. Your case is subject to F.S. 51.011
6. If your case has been Noticed for Lack of Prosecution Hearing (FWOP) unless it is being attached to your WRITTEN GOOD CAUSE SHOWING.
7. Your case is uncontested.
C. If your case meets any of the exceptions listed above, you must still follow the timeline requirements set forth in the 11th Judicial Circuit Administrative Order 21-09.
Click here for the Circuit Civil AO 21-09.
Click here for the Supreme Court of Florida Administrative Order No. AOSC20-23 Amendment 10.
D. If your case was filed ON OR AFTER APRIL 30, 2021, the Court will issue a Case Management Order with prescribed timelines.
Notice Before Hearing:
7 Business Days
Files at Hearing:
Pursuant to Executive Order 20-94 issued by Governor DeSantis on April 2, 2020, foreclosures are suspended for 45 days. Orders for Foreclosures will not be signed at this time.
Any lawyers scheduling and noticing a motion or special set hearing must coordinate date with opposing counsel and certify that they have already contacted opposing counsel to resolve all issues to be presented and have been unable to agree.
Effective immediately, any binders or courtesy copies sent to chambers will not be allowed. Supporting documents must be submitted via courtMAP.