Florida Third DCA Makes Rare Finding Against Arbitrability where Arbitration Clause is Present in Contract

On March 10, 2021, the Florida Third District Court of Appeal made a rare finding against arbitrability where an arbitration clause was present in a contract. Such a finding reminds contractors, vendors, and consumer service providers who seek to enforce arbitration to examine the terms of their arbitration provisions.

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