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How do you stay a court case?


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Answered 2010-05-23 21:16:00

A "stay" can only be issued by a judge. If a stay is desired by a participant in the case, their only option is to present a motion to the judge requesting it. The judge will consider and rule on your motion either granting it, or not.

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