hello everyone i have a question maybe i can get some guidance with.
I was out of my home state (florida) 2007 working and subsequently moved permanently 2007. Tonight I was researching some info at my old clerk of the courts website and discovered that i was being sued by a firm hired by unifund. On the clerk's website it showed where the court attempted to serve a summons and it was returned not served. The judge set a court date for next month for Notice of Lack of Prosecution & Notice of Hearing.
Does anyone know what Notice of Lack of Prosecution & Notice of Hearing means under civil law in the state of florida?
The original complaint was filed by the lawyer in oct 2008.
This court is for civil judgement 5k to 15k.
thanks in advance
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I was served a summons by the court and given 20 days to respond to why i have not been making the required minnimum payment on my credit cards i answered within the twenty days. Well i did not hear a word from the court or the creditor until exacly a year later i got a NLP letter from the court, but it did not mention dismissal.