The Judicial Council is an essential body to the administration of justice in Florida. It was established for two main purposes: 1) standardizing court practices and procedures by adopting rules from other states; 2), setting up standards that can’t be set without their council’s consent or approval (i.e., those concerning attorney ethics). The judges, attorneys, legislators who make-up this group are all committed professionals looking forward to a better future.
Judicial Councils are formed to handle issues that have statewide impact, affect various levels of the judiciary, or have an impact on a large range of court stakeholders. Internal and external representation are included in the council’s membership.
Judicial council forms
The Judicial Council of Florida has created many forms to standardize the preparation and formatting for court documents. Litigants must use mandatory Judicial Council filings but may also choose optional ones if they wish upon receiving them from their attorney or judge as needed in order to give full representation throughout proceedings while utilizing time wisely during trial/hearing periods where important decisions need immediate attention such as with deadlines looming around the corner.
Judicial council forms are a term used in Florida that are similar to statutory forms which is the same name for them in other states. It’s important to understand statutory forms and judicial council forms because they are provided for by the Legislature in statutes and are made available by the Judicial Council and must be filled out to do the following:
|CP10||2015||Claim of Right to Possession and Notice of Hearing|
|CP10.5||2015||Prejudgment Claim of Right to Possession|
|BOF 1022||2018||Prohibited Persons Relinquishment Form (rev. 1/18)|
|BOF 1023||2018||Defendant Firearm Relinquishment Information (rev. 1/18)|
|BOF 1024||2018||Designee Firearm Relinquishment Information|
|BOF 1025||2018||Firearm Disposition Receipt (rev. 1/18)|
|BOF 1026||2020||Probation Officer Verification Forms (rev. 11/20)|
These are the statutory forms for california which can be found here. If you are seeking forms provided by the judicial council in Florida you can go here: https://www.flcourts.org/Resources-Services/Office-of-Family-Courts/Family-Courts/Family-Law-Forms?parentId=669505&sort=form/number%20asc,%20form/date%20desc&view=embed_custom&searchtype=form&limit=50&query=&offset=0
These forms can be used for things like adoption, claiming right to posession and prejujdgement claims.« Back to Glossary Index