If you need to schedule a Special Set Hearing, please ensure that the appropriate pleading (Motion/Petition which you want heard) has been e-filed and appears on the Clerk of Court docket. Then, please contact the office between the hours of 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. to secure a date for the hearing. A Notice of Hearing shall be filed and docketed within 48 hours of the hearing being set and confirmed by Court staff. Pleadings (included any memorandum of law) and proposed orders shall be uploaded to e-courtesy special sets within 48 hours of date being set. Please ensure that all motion/petitions/memorandum of law to be heard appear on Clerk's docket prior to securing a special set hearing date.
5 minute Motion Calendar for Adversary Cases shall be held on Fridays at 10:00 am. Call the office between the hours of 2:00p.m. - 4:00 p.m. to secure a date for the hearing. Motions and/or Petitions must be e-filed and appear on Clerks docket before a date will be given. 10 business days Notice to opposing counsel is required.
A copy of the Motions and any proposed orders must be submitted through e-Courtesy Special Sets within 48 hours of hearing date being confirmed by Court staff. Notice of Hearing must be e-filed within 48 hours of hearing being set. If the Motion and Notice are not properly submitted, the motion will not be heard.
Notice Before Hearing:
Files at Hearing:
Unopposed petitions needing three (3) minutes or less are heard during the Ex-Parte Calendar. (Petitions/Motions and supporting documents must appear on Clerk's docket prior to registering for Ex-Parte Calendar.) First, register for an Ex Parte Hearing at www.jud11.flcourts.org/Ex-Parte-Hearing. After registering for an Ex Parte Hearing, then submit the petition and proposed order to eCourtesy, selecting the Ex Parte Calendar Folder, by midnight the day after registering for the Ex Parte Hearing. Select the “Get Dates” button and then select the specific date of the Ex Parte Hearing from the menu. If the petition and proposed order have not been submitted by the midnight deadline, the hearing will be canceled.
Petitions and proposed orders submitted by attorneys who have not already registered for an Ex Parte Hearing will be deleted.