Florida Lawsuits and Summary Judgment Affidavits Made in Bad Faith
It’s important to know what the rules for granting or denying a motion for summary judgement are.
Florida lawsuits in summary judgment affidavits made in bad faith.
Why you need to understand paragraph G to rule 1.510. Hello my name is John Pankauski. I’m a trial attorney at Pankauski Hauser in Downtown West Palm Beach, Florida . You know the attorneys and appellate lawyers in our firm handle matters throughout the State of Florida and many times were confronted with motions for summary judgment sometimes we file them because we want the court to rule on a particular issue or cause of action without a trial because there’s a pure question of law and the fax the material facts are not in dispute. And sometimes other lawyers file motions for summary judgment regarding our clients and it’s important to know what the rules were granting or denying a motion for summary judgment is are. Now many times we file affidavits that support or oppose a motion for summary judgment. If those affidavits are filed in bad faith there’s a rule that addresses that. Rule 1.510 G (g as in girl) the rules of civil procedure in Florida. You need to understand that lawyers should not be filing anything in bad faith, whether it is a lawsuit, a defense or a affidavit in the summary judgment motion. For more information about summary judgment so you can read the Florida rules of civil procedure.