Court Services Bureau
Court Services Bureau personnel do not provide legal advice. Court Services Bureau personnel will provide information on the requirements for the submission of process to the Bureau and the status of process already submitted to the Section for service. If legal advice is needed, you should contact an attorney of your choice.
- Court Services
- Collecting a Judgment
- Domestic Violence Injunctions
- Fees and Procedures on Court Services
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Payment Acceptance Policy
- Sheriff's Sale Conditions
Collecting a Judgment
Find out how to collect a judgment.Back to Top
Domestic Violence Injunctions
No one, not even someone you live with, has the right to beat you or threaten you with violence! Knowing your legal rights and other options is the first step toward ending the abuse! If you are being physically or sexually abused, threatened by a family or household member, or believe you are in danger of such abuse... get help! Learn more about domestic violence.Back to Top
The laws pertaining to residential tenancies are contained in Chapter 83 of the Florida State Statutes. The chapter sets forth the requirements a landlord must meet in order to legally evict a tenant. Find out more about evictions.Back to Top
Fees and Procedures on Court Services
Summons, 5-Day Summons, Eminent Domain, Injunctions, Notices, Writs of Garnishment, Rules to Show Cause, Notices of Tax Sale, Subpoenas, and all other types of Non-Enforceable process requiring service only. See fees and procedures.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Payment Acceptance Policy
The Miami-Dade Police Department reserves the right to refuse to accept a particular form of payment in any case, or from any individual or company. If a question should arise, the decision of the Court Services Bureau is final. Payment can be made in the following forms:Back to Top
Sheriff's Sale Conditions
Conditions of a sale may not be modified once the sale has commenced. The sale is considered to have commenced once the pre-sale announcement is begun. At that point, the plaintiff may not cancel a sale or change the conditions of a sale. Read more about Sale Conditions.Back to Top Page Last Edited: Tue Apr 15, 2014 1:02:11 PM
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