I am assuming you filed a lawsuit for eviction. Under Florida law, you are entitled to an expedited process it they aren't paying rent, though (to be candid) judges are so overworked nowadays that getting a hearing on the "expedited calendar" takes some doing, and, for better or worse, having an attorney can help secure a sooner hearing date. If your tenant hasn't paid rent to you or the Court Registry, the process shouldn't take more than a few weeks for a good lawyer. Needless to say, you should consult an experienced real estate litigation attorney.
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You can call to speak with a civil clerk in the eviction department at the Broward County Courthouse. You can hire an attorney for representation.
60 days is too long to go on as you are. Good luck!
Depending on the cuircumstances of your case, the tenant is required to pay the alleged rent into the court resgistry (and you can file a motion to get it), even in circumstancees where the court orders a mediation. An attroney may be able to expedite the case.