Attorney’s fees — Proposal for settlement — Defendant’s offer to settle which was conditioned on plaintiff releasing all claims asserted and dismissal with prejudice of all counts of complaint was not valid where complaint contained both claims for monetary damages and equitable relief — Offer of judgment statute is applicable only to actions for damages — There is no merit to claim that offer was valid because the “true relief” sought was monetary damages
43 Fla. L. Weekly D2581a
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