Replevin Claim Form. This is a Florida form and can be use in Alachua Local County.
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IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA 201 East University Avenue - Post Office Box 600 Gainesville Florida 32602 (352) 374-3636 Case No.: PLAINTIFF Address City, State Zip Code Phone -vs- DEFENDANT DEFENDANT Address Address City, State Zip Code City, State Zip Code Phone Phone REPLEVIN CLAIM (78.055, Florida Statute) PLAINTIFF(S) SUE(S) DEFENDANT(S), and alleges: 1. This is an action to recover possession of personal property in Alachua County, Florida. 2. The description of the property is: To the best of plaintiffs knowledge, information and belief, the value of the property is $ 3. The plaintiff is the owner of the claimed property or is entitled to possession of it. (Describe the source of entitlement or right.) (If the plaintiffs interest is based on a written instrument, a copy of written instrument is attached.) 4. To the plaintiffs best knowledge, information and belief, the property is located at Replevin Claim.doc >>>> 2Page 2 of 2 Case Number 5. The property is wrongfully detained by the defendant. Defendant came into possession of the property by: (describe method of possession.) To the plaintiffs best knowledge, information and belief, defendant detains the property because: (give reasons) 6. The property has not been taken for any tax, assessment or fine pursuant to the law. 7. The property has not been taken under an execution or attachment against plaintiffs property. WHEREFORE, Plaintiff demands judgment against Defendant for: possession of the detained property, and for damages in the amount of the value of said property if it cannot be returned damages for the detention of said property costs of this action PLAINTIFF(S) State of Florida County of Alachua SWORN TO and subscribed before me on this day of , by . Personally known by me Produced Identification/Type: (SEAL) Deputy Clerk or Notary Public Replevin Claim.doc