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Joint Motion To Relinquish Jurisdiction For Approval Of Settlement - Florida

Joint Motion To Relinquish Jurisdiction For Approval Of Settlement Form. This is a Florida form and can be used in Mediation 5th District District Courts Of Appeal Appellate Courts .
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IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA FIFTH DISTRICT Appellant(s), v. CASE NO. 5D Appellee(s). / JOINT MOTION TO RELINQUISH JURISDICTION FOR APPROVAL OF SETTLEMENT Appellant(s), _____ _______________________ __, and Appellee(s),______________________, jointly move for entry of an order temporarily relinquishingjurisdiction of this case to the Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial Circuit, Orange County,upon the following grounds: 1. The parties have reached a settlement of all issues on this appeal, subjectto and contingent upon approval of the Circuit Court. 2. The parties anticipate that sixty days will be sufficient time for the CircuitCourt to rule on the proposed settlement. WHEREFORE, the parties move for entry of an order temporarily relinquishing thejurisdiction of this Court to the Circuit Court for sixty days for approval of the settlement. DATED this day of ____________________, 20___. _________________________ _______________________Attorney for Appellant(s) Attorney for Appellee(s)COUNSEL SHALL FILE THIS MOTION WITH THE CLERK OF THE COURT , FIFTH DISTRICT COURT OFAPPEAL , 300 S. BEACH ST., DAYTONA BEACH , FL 32114.
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