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Frequently Asked Questions
- Where should I file my process?
- How will I know when my process has been served or no-serviced?
- Can I get a refund for process that has not been served?
- Do I need to pay for another service attempt on process that was no-serviced by the Court Services Bureau?
Where should I file my process?
Process should be filed with the Clerk of Courts.
How will I know when my process has been served or no-serviced?
Once the process has been served or no-serviced a return of service is mailed to the plaintiff at the address provided on the process. The plaintiff can also call the Court Services Bureau at 305-375-5100 to request a service check to obtain the status of the process.
Can I get a refund for process that has not been served?
Per Florida Statute 30.231 all fees collected shall be nonrefundable and shall be earned when each original request or service of process is made.
Do I need to pay for another service attempt on process that was no-serviced by the Court Services Bureau?
Yes. See Fees and Procedures.
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