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Statement Of Claim In Replevin - Florida

Statement Of Claim In Replevin Form. This is a Florida form and can be used in Small Claims Nassau Local County .
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IN THE COUNTY COURT, IN AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO Plaintiff -vsDefendant Address: Address: STATEMENT OF CLAIM IN REPLEVIN This is an action in Replevin and plaintiff alleges: 1. That he is the plaintiff or plaintiff's agent, and plaintiff is/are lawfully entitled to the possession of the following described personal property, located at: in Nassau County, Florida, to-wit: 2. 3. Defendant came into possession of above said goods by virtue of To the best of my knowledge, information and belief the value of said property is the sum of $ , that said property has been taken for any tax, assessment or fine levied by virtue of any law of the State of Florida, nor seized under any execution or attachment against the goods and chattels of said plaintiff liable to execution and that the above named defendant has/have possession of the above described personal property and wrongfully detains the same from plaintiff in the County of Nassau, State of Florida. That said plaintiff is the owner of said personal property and entitled to the possession thereof by virtue of that said defendant, in Nassau County, Florida, wrongfully detains from said plaintiff said personal property of the value as aforesaid; that said plaintiff made demand upon said defendant for possession of said personal property prior to the institution of this claim, yet said defendant continues to wrongfully withhold possession thereof from said plaintiff, the reason being Said plaintiff demands the return of said personal property and damages for the wrongful detention thereof or for the value thereof, and a reasonable attorney fee for the plaintiff's attorney and the cost of this action, and that this action has been brought in a county in which Venue is proper, pursuant to Chapter 47, F.S. 4. 5. Plaintiff ______________________ DATE 2000 © American LegalNet, Inc.
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