This is a landlord/tenant style Final Judgment for Eviction in Florida of a tenant.
Case Style - Heading - FINAL JUDGMENT - EVICTION
IN THE COUNTY COURT, IN AND FOR __________________ COUNTY, FLORIDA [insert county in which rental property is located] ______________________________________ [insert name of Landlord] Plaintiff, vs. _______________________________________ [insert name of Tenant] Defendant. /
Title of Document - FINAL JUDGMENT - EVICTION
FINAL JUDGMENT - EVICTION THIS ACTION came before the Court upon Plaintiff's Complaint for Eviction. On the evidence presented, it is ADJUDGED that Plaintiff, __________________________ [insert Landlord's name], recover from Defendant, ________________________ [insert Tenant's name], possession of the real property described as follows: _____________________________________________________________________________________________ [insert legal or street description of rental premises including, if applicable, unit number] and $ ________________ as court costs, WHICH LET WRITS OF POSSESSION AND EXECUTION NOW ISSUE. ORDERED in _________________________________ [insert city in which the Court is located] ________________ [insert county in which the Court is located] COUNTY, FLORIDA on _________________, 20___. ____________________________________ County Judge cc: ________________________________ [insert name of Landlord] ________________________________ [insert name of Tenant] Approved for use under rule 10-2.1(a) of the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar The Florida Bar 2010 This form was completed with the assistance of: Name: Address: Telephone Number
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