The 2023 Florida Statutes
. . . refinanced the prior loan balance, which had been paid down to $3,041.38, advanced the Abdul’Fa-ruqs $296.13 . . .
. . . filed an SF 95 following a collision with a Postal Service employee which listed property damage as $296.13 . . .
. . . On April 15, 1971 he filed a Standard Form 95 in which he claimed property damage of $296.13 but did . . . Or July 23, 1973 he filed a second Standard Form 95 claiming $296.13 for property damage and $10,000.00 . . .
. . . The form listed property damages as $296.13, and the spaces for “personal injury” and “total” were left . . . Attached to the claim was a statement which itemized the personal property and expenses which made up the $296.13 . . . pending, he submitted a second Standard Form 95 on July 23, 1973, again listing property damages of $296.13 . . .
. . . income tax purposes, as computed by the respondent, before provision for Federal income taxes, was $150,-296.13 . . .
. . . of the District Court for the Southern District of New York condemning the yacht to pay a claim of $296.13 . . .
. . . Rod, to recover for certain supplies of coal furnished to her in May and June, 1905, amounting to $296.13 . . . Decree for the libellant for $296.13, with interest. . . .