Civil procedure — Summary judgment — Limitation of actions — It was error to enter summary judgment for defendant on basis that action was barred by statute of limitations where none of defendant’s written motions for summary judgment raised statute of limitations as ground for summary judgment with any particularity as required by rule 1.510(c) — Pleading of statute of limitations as an affirmative defense did not obviate movant’s obligation to comply with particularity requirements mandated by rule
43 Fla. L. Weekly D1069a
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