Dear lawyers, we have a civil case in CIRCUIT COURT in Florida. The plaintiff filed a motion to strike the defendant's objections to the claim.
1) In case if court will strike the objections, the deadlines for the process will remain the same and the process will continue according to the initial schedule approved by the court?
2) When is it possible to cancel the deadlines set by the court by motion of a plaintiff?
3) is it possible to strike the objections off before the decision is made? If the objections were struck off, does it means that the decision will be immediately made in favor of the plaintiff? Or will the court provide additional time for the defendant to prepare (correct) objections and what is the minimum possible time?
Thank you in advance!
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