If you want to take someone to civil court how do you go on about it?
To take someone to civil court, you go to the clerk of the court and file papers. Then you get someone to serve papers on the person you want to take to court.
If you want to "take someone to civil court" you want to sue them. To instigate the proceedings, you should begin by researching the law in the area in which you are filing suit to determine what is necessary to include in the initial complaint or petition. You would then draft a legally sufficient complaint stating your claim. You file this with the court clerk in the appropriate jurisdiction, and arrange to have the defendant served with process. Upon service, the defendant has a limited time with which to respond. If he/she does respond, you would then begin preparing for trial. If there is no response, you would move for a default judgment against that person.
If you want to legally disown them then you can take them to court, but its more of a mental thing unless you want your last name changed then you have to go through the name changing process with the solicitors and court marshalls
If you are suing someone for an amount less then 5,000 you can take them to small claims court. However check your state guidelines on the amount, as each state varies.
You can do what ever you want but the court order was put in place for a reason and to go against the judges order would put you in a tough spot. Don't know what for but assuming it had to to with domestic violence why would you want to marry someone like that anyway. I would take you seriously the next time you came in to my court room asking for a writ of… Read More
I live in Methuen Massachusetts and I want to sue someone who once lived here and now lives in Nahant Massachusetts should I go to the Essex County District Court to file suit?
You should visit the Essex County District Court- Civil and ask the clerk.
Can they? Yes. You can take someone to court for anything. Collecting is something else. Unless you had an agreement in writing stating that you would be reimbursed, I doubt you would win. Find out what car dealers don't want you to know at dealertricks
Can you be arrested for theft if you take all of your stuff with you if you move out without your parents knowledge or permission at 18?
It depends on the state. In California it becomes a civil issue. They would have to take you to civil court with an itemized list and cost. Chances are the police won't want to get involved or they might just try to talk you into taking the stuff back.
Can you get adopted if your parents put you in a house with someone you don't want to live with if someone else will take you without your parents permission in the state of Florida?
No. Adoption laws are strict. The court or parents must first legally sever parental ties before an adoption can take place.
If this helps any, a landlord is no different in terms of small claims or other civil court matter. If there are grounds to sue then you may do so. Check your state's Statute of Limitations laws to see how much time you have to sue a landlord or anyone else. Landlord and Tenant issues are only applicable to eviction proceedings, not small-claims court or other civil courts.
Many people want to pursue matters in the Court System, but become intimidated by the Court process, Civil procedure, and cost of litigation.
Then they have committed civil perjury and could be found in contempt of court.
yes, you will probably want to get a lawyer to have everything done correctly, you may also have to pay court costs first from the first court case.
Normally if someone gives you a gift it is yours to keep forever. The person could take you to court to get it back or get the value of it but unless they could prove it was not a gift, but a loan, they would lose their case.
you cant help someone unless they want to be helped. if they do what you need to do is get them out of the situation, call the ploce,take pics. of the bruises and scars and go to court and prove that abuser guilty.
Once you take an ex to court for contempt is it jail or pay or can the judge rule he set up a payment plan with the IRS if it was part of the divorce decree?
I wouldn't understand how YOU could take someone to court for "Contempt of Court"...your not the court...they determine if they want to charge someone with contempt... Generally, a court can always determine what the best course to resolve a problem is...and if it is something with someone opaying, normally that is a way to asssure payment, not jail. If your divorce decree stated that he was responsible for the back taxes, and he is not… Read More
appomattox court house you might want to check my spelling though
appomattox court house you might want to check my spelling though
Making a motion is a formal request that someone do something. In the legal context, it generally refers to asking the court to do something. If I want the court to have a court reporter take down everything said at a hearing, I will make a motion to have the proceedings recorded. If I want my client to be granted bond, I'll make a motion for bond. If I want the US flag removed from… Read More
It depends on where you live and your age. It involves court procedures and an attorney. If you have the money is it REALLY want you want to do?
sheriff There are also paid people who serve court papers and if you want to serve papers to someone you can also get another person to do it for you.
It is a court order forcing someone to give them specific paperwork that they want.
It depends on if it's a court ordered DNA test or if it's just someone telling you that you have to. If it's just someone that you might be related to or if you might have fathered their child then no you don't HAVE to. If you get a warrant from a lawyer that's signed by a judge saying you have to, then yes, you do.
Most diminished value claims are settled out of court, in fact insurance companies have shown that they do not want to take these to court as it could set additional precedence.
First you must determine the monetary amount or what it is you want done to the respondent, when you do that, you need to find out what court to go to. Magistrate or District, all depends on your state. Go to the appropriate court and obtain a "complaint", fill it out with as much detail as possible; pay the filing fee and wait for court, if the respondent fails to show, you could win by… Read More
They can petition the court for someone else to be appointed. The court will likely appoint a neutral party.
The ruling of the court below the Supreme Court will be upheld. The Supreme Court is similar to an appeals court. If they don't want to take the case, then whatever the court ruling was will stand.
If a court has awarded you visitation rights, that ruling would be legally valid in any state. States recognize the legality of court rulings made in other states. If, however, you do not have visitation rights, and if your daughter is currently in the home of someone who does not want you to visit her, then that is a legal issue which you can take to court (if you can afford the lawyer's fees).
You can usually look at civil court records for free at the court clerk's office, but if you want a copy you will have to pay a copying fee. Many courts have civil case records available online; many are free, and more are being added all the time. Use the related link below to find contact information for the court clerk's office, and links to court websites. Just select your state, then your county. You… Read More
Even if you do get a supoena and show up to court you still have the right to say no you dont want to testify?
The court may take this as contempt.
i also want to take my doctor to small claims court. is there anything in law to prevent this
No, first try to settle through the insurance company and you may want to consider an accident attorney to fight the fight for you. Then, if these things fail your last resort is small claims court. Be ready to prove your case. You have two years after an accident to work through all of this.
You may want to hire an attorney to help you with this complaint. If you do not, you will just have to go to court to get it resolved when you are sent a warrant.
Only if they sign the new deed. You cannot take property away from someone without a court order or their permission. So you will need them to sign a quit claim deed or bill of sale.
Depend who they are and where they want to take her. If you mean that they want to take her away from you, the best thing you can do is ask if she wants to go. If she says yes. Kiss her goodbye and go and find someone else
An executor must be appointed by the court. If the testator has died, you are the named executor and you don't want to serve then you will need to file a "Declination" when the will is filed for probate. The court will appoint someone else as executor.
In order to take a civil service test in NC, you will want to sign up at the Nassau County Civil Service Commission. The same information goes for any state within the US.
Bankruptcy is filed in federal district court. You may want to start with their files.
You must submit a petition for whatever action you want to take. You must submit a petition for whatever action you want to take. You must submit a petition for whatever action you want to take. You must submit a petition for whatever action you want to take.
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Is he the best choice? What options do you have and how long will you be in someone's care. In foster care, at 18 you are on your own. Would you have time to adjust? He would take you in, but can he? Money being the issue. Also, it may not be up to him or you, the court may decide for you. Lots of difficult questions that need to be answered. You will have… Read More
Why bother? What does it matter if someone has been sued? People don't INVITE others to sue them. Almost no civil (damages) lawsuits reach the courtroom. What you may want to know is whether someone LOST or WON a lawsuit that went to the jury. That is easy. Go to your state court website, and search for his last name. The web will tell you when and why he lost or won a civil suit… Read More
What if while getting emancipated you tell the court you will live with someone that will go halves with the bills will they consider that if you don't have high income?
Noone can guess what A judge will say. But, As A rule you can expect that if you are telling the court that you want to split the bills at an uneven rate based on income, The court will (and should) say, you pay half or find A cheaper place to live, I suggest you get an agreement with your partner, not the court.,,, You should get the agreement in writing, because if it ends… Read More
why would you want to?
If you want to do it yourself then you need to visit the law library at the courthouse and ask the librarian to point out some books that explain the rules about filing motions in civil court.
turn yourself in and just say you need to take care of buisness. Go to the city ( you have a warrant at and go to the clerks office and make a new court date. If you have a bench warrant witch you probably do they should recall the warrant then or they will take you in to custody right there and then. You might want to call the clerks office before you go down… Read More
They wanted the Court to declare the Separate Cars Act unconstitutional
When you want to show someone something you tell them to take a look.
You need to take her to court to get costody of them if you do not want her to have them
yes she can... if you do not want her to you have to get a court order
No, you don't have to if you don't want to. They're not allowed to put you in prison for refusal to file a report. But if you don't call the cops, file a police report or take your stalker to court, he/she will keep stalking you and start stalking other people and they will eventually hurt you. And you still refuse to call the cops, file a police report or take your stalker to court… Read More
Yes! Otherwise you can be held in contempt of court and fined or even jailed. Don't ignore the legal system. Added Answer: No you do not have to appear in court on a civil court summons if you do not want to and you will not be held in contempt, fined or jailed for doing so. The only adverse consequence that will result in ignoring it is that the court might grant the complaining party… Read More