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Grounds For Setting Aside A Florida Default

So a lawsuit has been filed and the Respondent/Defendant has been served. However, what happens when the Respondent/Defendant fails to submit a response? When the Respondent/Defendant fails to respond, the Petitioner/Plaintiff may have the Clerk of Court move with the entry of a Default against the Respondent/Defendant. Specifically, pursuant to Rule 1.500(a), “[w]hen a party

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