This is a legal form that was released by the Florida Courts - a government authority operating within Florida. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.
Q: What is Form 12.940(D)?
A: Form 12.940(D) is a motion to modify or dissolve a temporary injunction in Florida.
Q: What is a temporary injunction?
A: A temporary injunction is a court order that is issued to prevent someone from doing a certain action until the court makes a final decision.
Q: When can I use Form 12.940(D)?
A: You can use Form 12.940(D) when you want to ask the court to modify or dissolve a temporary injunction that has been issued against you.
Q: How do I fill out Form 12.940(D)?
A: You need to provide your case information, explain why you want the temporary injunction modified or dissolved, and state the relief you are seeking.
Q: Can I file Form 12.940(D) if I want to obtain a temporary injunction?
A: No, Form 12.940(D) is specifically used to request modification or dissolution of a temporary injunction that has already been issued.
Q: Do I need to file any other documents along with Form 12.940(D)?
A: You may need to file supporting documents or evidence to support your request for modification or dissolution of the temporary injunction.
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