FLORIDA SUPREME COURT LITIGATION

APRIL 11, 2022 Submissions Sent to UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT for Filing :

 

MOTION FOR DECLARATORY JUDGMENT TO DECLARE U.S. SUPREME COURT RULE 33 UNCONSTITUTIONAL – Sent to U.S. Supreme Court on April 11, 2022

 

PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORIARI TO THE SUPREME COURT OF FLORIDA – Sent to U.S. Supreme Court on April 11, 2022

 

On January 18, 2022 Evan Gutman CPA, JD sent to the Florida Supreme Court a MOTION FOR DECLARATORY JUDGMENT via U.S. Mail.  It is Mr. Gutman’s position this Motion can improve the quality of Adjudicative Justice for all Litigants.  A complete copy of the MOTION is provided below in PDF format. 

MOTION FOR DECLARATORY JUDGMENT sent to FLORIDA SUPREME COURT (Click Below):

 

MOTION FOR DECLARATORY JUDGMENT SENT TO FLORIDA SUPREME COURT

 

In addition to improving the quality of Adjudicative Justice for all Litigants, Mr. Gutman’s goals also include educating debt collector attorneys that the practice of filing a multitude of legally Meritless Credit Card Complaints against uneducated Impoverished litigants is not acceptable.  Accordingly, the following Motion and Documents filed by Evan Gutman CPA, JD, are currently pending in the Palm Beach Circuit Court and it is anticipated they will be Ruled upon in the near future.  These documents pertain to the underlying Case in the Palm Beach Circuit Court of DISCOVER BANK v EVAN S. GUTMAN, PRO SE., Case #50-2019-CA-013570-XXXX-MB.

 

DEFENDANT’S SUPPLEMENTAL OPPOSITION TO RENEWED SUMMARY JUDGMENT MOTION – FILED FEBRUARY 22, 2022

 

DEFENDANTS MOTION TO VACATE VOID AND UNENFORCEABLE COURT ORDER- JAN 20 2022

 

DEFENDANTS OPPOSITION TO MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT – JAN 20 2022

 

As indicated above regarding the FIRST Case, in addition to improving the quality of Adjudicative Justice for all Litigants, Mr. Gutman’s goals also include educating  debt collector attorneys that the practice of filing a multitude of legally Meritless Credit Card Complaints against uneducated impoverished litigants is not acceptable.    Accordingly, in the SECOND Key Case, which will assist in accomplishing the primary goal, the following Motion filed by Evan Gutman CPA, JD, has not yet been ruled upon by the Court.  It pertains to the case of CITIBANK, N.A. v EVAN S. GUTMAN, Pro Se, Case #50-2020-CC-005756-XXXX-MB.

 

DEFENDANT’S MOTION FOR RECONSIDERATION OF COURT ORDER DENYING LEAVE TO AMEND COUNTERCLAIM

 

 

The Third Case pending is CAVALRY SPV I, LLC v EVAN S GUTMAN.  This particular case provides the opportunity to legally knock out hundreds and perhaps thousands of Meritless Filings made by “ASSIGNEES” of Major National Banks (in this case Citibank was the Assignor to Cavalry) and their debt collector attorneys.  Each of the three cases currently at the trial court level provides its own “Unique” opportunity to reform the debt collection Industry on behalf of uneducated impoverished litigants.  In turn, the Florida State Supreme Court Motion has the potential to “Change the rules, so litigations become more FAIR with an equal and even playing field” so to speak.  Here is the key Motion filed by Evan Gutman CPA, JD, and currently pending in the Palm Beach County County Court in the “CAVALRY SPV” case, which is anticipated to be Ruled upon in the future.

MOTION FOR LEAVE TO AMEND COUNTERCLAIM TO ALLOW CLAIM FOR PUNITIVE DAMAGES – FILED JAN 2 2022

 

 

 

 

 

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