CIVIL PROCEDURE: NOTICE: DUE PROCESS: JUDGMENT REVERSED AS TO PARTY WHO DID NOT RECEIVE SUFFICIENT SERVICE OF MOTION FOR ENTRY OF JUDGMENT AND NOTICE OF HEARING ON MOTION

Sarasota Estate & Jewelry Buyers, Inc v. Kane, ___ So. 3d ___, 40 Fla. L. Weekly D486 (Fla. 2d DCA February 20, 2015)

One group of appellants did not receive legally sufficient notice of the appellee’s motion for entry of final judgment and the notice of hearing on the motion. The other appellant did receive legally sufficient notice. The appellate court reversed the judgment as to the appellants who did not receive legally sufficient notice because they were denied due process of law.

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