Q: Could you tell me what this means regarding my MSJ?
The Court is respectfully denying the relief sought as a matter of law. The parties are asked to confer on an order for submission to the Court through the order portal in CourtMap for review and consideration.
What does this mean? Thank you
A: Simple - the Court denied the motion and requested the parties to confer on the language of the order for the Court to enter, then upon reaching agreement on the language, electronically submit the proposed order via the CourtMap portal, the Miami-Dade Court system's electronic portal for submitting items directly to the Judge.
Terrence H Thorgaard agrees with this answer
A: It means that you and the other party should try to come up with a proposed order and submit it to the judge. You probably should consult with an attorney.
Charles M. Baron agrees with this answer
A: It means that whoever moved the court to enter judgment, lost. The Court wants the parties to agree on the language of the order and submit the order to the Court via Court map.
A: The question is a bit ambiguous. It could be read as the court is denying the relief in the Complaint as sought, or the court is denying the relief sought in the Motion for Summary Judgment. We'd need more information on what the court said to provide a better answer.
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