Published On: February 24th, 2015 | Author: Perry Law, P.C. | Category: Civil Litigation Florida
Pursuant to Florida Statute 44.104 two or more parties may agree in writing to submit their issues to binding and voluntary arbitration, prior to or after a lawsuit has been filed, provided no constitutional issue is involved. Should such an agreement be in place, then the filing of the application for said arbitration will toll the running of the applicable statutes of limitation. If you have been served with a demand for arbitration or contemplating serving one and have questions please contact Perry Law to discuss further.
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