Florida ICPC wins fight to raise small claims limits

January 1997
Business Credit;Jan1997, Vol. 99 Issue 1, p59
Trade Publication
Reports that in October 1996 the Florida Improved Construction Practices Committee won a ruling by the Florida Supreme Court, which raises the limit of the small claims court. Date on which the ruling will take effect.


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