Eviction Summons-Residential Form. This is a Florida form and can be use in Bay Local County.
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IN THE COUNTY COURT IN AND FOR BAY COUNTY, FLORIDA _________________________________ Plaintiff / Landlord Vs Case no. ________________ Division ________________ _________________________________ Defendant / Tenant EVICTION SUMMONS RESIDENTIAL The State of Florida To Each Sheriff of the State You are commanded to serve this summons and a copy of the complaint in this lawsuit on: Name: ________________________________________ Address: ______________________________________ ______________________________________ READ CAREFULLY You are being sued by _____________________________________ to require you to move out of the property located at ___________________________________________for the reasons given in the attached complaint. You are entitled to a trial to decide whether you can be required to move, but you MUST DO ALL of the things listed below. You must do them within five (5) days (not including Saturday, Sunday or any legal holiday observed by the Clerk of the Court) after the date these papers were given to you or a person who lives with you or were posted at your home. THE THINGS YOU MUST DO TO CHALLENGE THE EVICTION ARE AS FOLLOWS: 1. Write down the reason(s) why you think you should not be forced to move. The written reason(s) must be given to the Court Clerk at the Bay County Courthouse, 300 E. 4th St. Room 105, Panama City, Fl 32401. 2. Mail or take a copy of the written reason(s) to the landlord: ________________________________________________ (Name of plaintiff) ________________________________________________ (Address of plaintiff including City, State and Zip code) Page 1 of 2 Form 10 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com 3. Give the Court Clerk the rent that is due. YOU MUST PAY THE CLERK THE RENT EACH TIME IT BECOMES DUE UNTIL THE LAWSUIT IS OVER. Whether you win or lose the lawsuit, the Judge may award this rent to the landlord. [By statute, public housing tenants or tenants receiving rent subsidies shall be required to deposit only that portion of the full rent for which the tenant is responsible pursuant to federal, state, or local program in which they are participating.] 4. If you and the landlord do not agree on the amount of rent owed, you must file a written request (motion) which asks the Judge to decide how much money you must give the Court Clerk. The written request must be filed with your answer to the Eviction Complaint. A copy of your motion must also be mailed or hand delivered to the plaintiff(s) attorney, or if the plaintiff(s) has no attorney, to the plaintiff. 5. A court registry fee of 3% of the first $500 and 1 ½ % of the remaining balance of the rent being paid to the Court Clerk, will be collected when the money is posted to the court registry pursuant to F.S. 28.24. MONEY PAID INTO THE COURT REGISTRY MUST BE PAID WITH CASH. IF YOU DO NOT DO ALL OF THESE THINGS WITHIN 5 DAYS (not including Saturdays, Sundays, and Legal Holidays for your courthouse) YOU MAY BE EVICTED WITHOUT A HEARING OR FURTHER NOTICE. The State of Florida To Each Sheriff of the State You are commanded to serve this summons and a copy of the complaint in this lawsuit on the above named defendant. Dated: __________________________ BILL KINSAUL Clerk of Court Bay County, Florida By: _______________________________ Deputy Clerk Page 2 of 2 Form 10 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com