(a) Process. The following forms of process, notice of lis pendens, and notice of action are sufficient. Variations from the forms do not void process or notices that are otherwise sufficient.
(b) Other Forms. The other forms are sufficient for the matters that are covered by them. So long as the substance is expressed without prolixity, the forms may be varied to meet the facts of a particular case.
(c) Formal Matters. Captions, except for the designation of the paper, are omitted from the forms. A general form of caption is the first form. Signatures are omitted from pleadings and motions.
Editor’s Note: Fla.R.Jud.Admin. 2.540 requires that a notice to persons with disabilities be included in “[a]ll notices of court proceedings to be held in a public facility, and all process compelling appearance at such proceedings.” The content of the notice is set forth in that rule.