[email protected] www.FloridaBar.org . 7.050 17-0-0 RULE/FORM VOTE EXPLANATION July 15, 2015 Regular News [email protected] . Interested persons have until August 15, 2015, to submit comments electronicallyto Andrew J. Daire, Chair of the Small Claims Rules Committee, at , and to the Bar staff liaison, Heather Telfer, at Small Claims Rules Committee Three-Year Cycle Amendments 2016 Supplement The Small Claims Rules Committee invites comments on proposed three-year cycle amendments to the Florida Small Claims Rule shown below. The full text of the proposals can be found on The Florida Bar’s website at Small Claims Rules Committee Three-Year Cycle Amendments 2016 Supplement Subdivision (e) was amended to correct the citation to cross reference Rule 7.050(d) (pretrial conferences); the correct cross reference is Rule 7.090(b) (pretrial conferences).
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FC IfeanyiUbah courtesy LMC MediaHead coach of FC Ifeanyi Ubah Uche Okagbue is optimistic his youthful team will remain consistent throughout the season following their impressive start to the 2019 Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) campaign.The Anambra Warriors on Sunday held Heartland to a 1-1 draw in an Oriental Derby in Okigwe to maintain top spot in Group B of the abridged league with 15 points.“You know when we started the league I told you people that this team is a work in progress,” he told journalists after the draw against Heartland. “They are a crop of young players that are ready to learn, and we just try to impart our little knowledge into them so that we can achieve what we want to achieve.“You can see things have not been very easy with us but we are working hard with discipline.”With only one defeat (against Abia Warriors at home) in 8 matches, Okagbue, who was appointed head coach of FC Ifeanyi Ubah just two months ago, believes his largely young and inexperienced side will not falter in the long run.“These boys are young players, I don’t see them fagging out because we know the ingredients to give to them. We know when to tell them to rest for them to recover from stress.“You can see they are young players, and it is when you are young – in your youthfulness – that you can give out your best, Okagbue, who formerly worked with Remo Stars informed.A large chunk of their star players including Yaya Kone, Seka Pascal, and Godwin Obaje left the Nnewi-based side at the end of last season prompting speculations of a struggle for the side.But the youngsters who were promoted from the youth team and gotten from open screening have so far surprised followers of the NPFL with the brilliant performance.Related