If you have appeared in that lawsuit by an attorney then you must appear for a deposition. As an example if you live in New Jersey and you had an accident in New York and a lawsuit was filed in New York and your lawyer has appeared for you in New York then you must appear for a deposition. If you have not appeared in the lawsuit then you do not have to appear for a deposition in the other state. For more information contact us at http://www.eglaw.com
pleadings filed by a defendant in a lawsuit is called written statement.
Lawsuit has to be filed within 2 years from the date of the accident/ incident.
The court where the lawsuit is filed must have jurisdiction. One of the persons in the lawsuit must either reside there, or the cause of the lawsuit had to occur there.
Can I cancel a car accident lawsuit
search court dockets in the county and state in which the suit was filed, circuit or district court
Under Georgia law, an Answer to a lawsuit should respond count by count to the allegations in the Complaint. Proper responses are to admit, deny or state that you do not have enough information to respond to the allegation. The answer should be filed with the clerk of court and a copy of the answer should be mailed to the attorney or person who filed the lawsuit.
It is a lawsuit filed on the behalf of someone who has developed mesothelioma through exposure to abestos. It can also be filed by the deceased's estate.
He considered the apprehension of his property to be unconstitutional and filed a lawsuit against the State of Ohio.
The complaint is the original document filed to create a lawsuit. Once the complaint is filed, it is served on the defendant, and the lawsuit has begun.
It means that the actions necessary to file a lawsuit have been started, but the lawsuit has not been filed as of yet.
The Plaintiff may withdraw the lawsuit, however, since the defendants have filed their counter claim, the suit will continue (now) against the plaintiff.
No. They aren't.
Dred Scott. Tragically, he lost.
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Your assets are not frozen as soon as a lawsuit is filed. However, the summons you are served will advise no to use the disputed assets until the case is over.
That would be governed by the laws of the state in which the child was born or in some cases resided at the time the lawsuit was filed.
No. No such lawsuit has yet been filed.
It gets filed in the state of residence of the obligor.
Yes, the person who filed the lawsuit.