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Anything can be submitted in court. It's up to the Judge as to whether or not they believe it. That is where your written reponse to the complaint, your "answer" to the complaint comes in. Your answer is that the complaint says that x,y, and z are true. That was done under oath when the complaint was turned in. If that is not a matter of fact the complaint is weakened. State the dispute and give facts or witnesses to back it up.

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Q: I am defending againt a complaint makes some specific allegations that are untrue how can you submit the complaint as evidence in court if it is not certified?
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