An administrative order is defined as:
A directive necessary to administer properly the court’s affairs but not inconsistent with the constitution or with court rules and administrative orders enacted by the supreme court.
- – Rule 2.2.15, Florida Rules of Judicial Administration
All orders must be signed by the chief judge of the judicial circuit. Each order is recorded by the clerk of the court. A complete set of administrative orders are maintained by the clerk of the court. Administrative orders are considered public record and are available for inspection and copying.
(Please note the link above will take you to the Brevard Clerk of Courts which maintains all Eighteenth Judicial Circuit Courts Administrative Orders. That website is maintained by Brevard County Clerk of the Court. Please send questions regarding website technical difficulties to email@example.com)