PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION REGIONS BANK, CASE NO. lO-000191-CI-llPLAINTIFF(S),
PAULA ROBERTS; ET. AL., DEFENDANT(S)
AND TEMPORARY INJUNCTIONTHIS CAUSE came before the Court on Defendant's Emergency Motion forTemporary Injunction and the Court being fully advised in the premises, it is thereforeORDERED AND ADJUDGED that:
Given the motions filed
the parties, this Court finds the following:
The pleadings filed by Defendant assert that on or about January
agentsacting on behalf
the Plaintiff broke into the property that is subject
thislitigation without lawful order
any court and without any clear legal authorityto forcibly enter the home
The Defendants next assert that a notice was attached to the subject property on orabout February 24, 2012 which states that, "[t]he property may have its locksreplaced and/or plumbing system winterized within the next several days;'(Attached as Exhibit A)
The court believes that
party not specifically authorized by the owner
aresidential property should
permitted to forcibly gain access to a home withoutcourt order, exigent circumstances or clear legal authority.
The Defendants seek an injunction to prevent the unauthorized entry into theresidential property that is the subject
this suit and this court believes there is asubstantial likelihood that the Defendant would prevail on the merits
ainjunction prohibiting this act.
There exists a substantial threat
irreparable injury to Defendant
her homewere permitted to be broken into.
That the threat
harm mentioned above outweighs any possible harm that thisinjunction may cause Plaintiff.
That granting this injunction would not disserve the public interest.