What does an unopposed motion in a civil suit mean?
It means the party against whom the case is being brought does not contest the case, e.g. this often means that they are admitting fault and are ready to accept the consequences that the Court will issue.
A suit brought by one individual on another individual. It is 'civil' as opposed to a 'criminal' suit. The government is not the one bringing the suit. Read More
It can mean a number of things, but simply put the case is over. How it's over is what is uncertain. It could have been settled and dismissed, it could have been withdrawn (sometimes called a non-suit), it could have been dismissed because of a motion to dismiss that a court granted...... Read More
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"Tort" implies a 'civil' offense. It is a suit for violation of "civil" law as opposed to a violation of "criminal" law. Read More
The party who initiates a civil suit is the plaintiff, this is the person who filed the complaint against you. Read More
The "Plaintiff" brings a civil suit by filing a complaint, hence the word plaintiff or sometimes "complainant." Read More
Not enough information to answer. A civil suit against WHO? Read More
A civil suit is a court action between 2 different parties. It shows that there is allegedly a violation of a civil law by another person. Read More
If the suit has not been satisfied, you'll need to sue the estate. Read More
What was the suit is based on an act passed by Congress in 1871 to ensure the civil rights of men and women of all races?
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That would be a civil case. In Ohio you have two years to file the suit. Read More
The cost to file a civil suit in Rhode Island is $80.00. The cost to file a suit in small claims court in Rhode Island is $55.00. Read More
When someone brings a suit against another person or entity, they can file a Notice of Non-Suit. That is, they can dismiss their own case. A Notice of Non-Suit says that the plaintiff prefers not to pursue the cause any further. An order granting the plantiffs motion for nonsuit is signed by the judge saying that the judge received the order of Nonsuit and will dismiss the case without prejudice. Read More
Can you get punitive compensatory damages in a wrongful death civil law suit due to nursing homes neglect patient died?
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I do not believe there is a statue of limitations for a civil suit. Read More
It is a civil law suit. It is typically brought by a client against a professional, such as a doctor or lawyer. Read More
It depends. If there are multiple defendants or plaintiffs, they can all file motions. The judge can also file certain motions sua sponte, like a motion for summary judgment. There are some cases where an outside party can ask to intervene, and file a motion requesting to become a party to a civil suit, because they feel that they are interested in the outcome and that their interests will best be adjudicated within the current… Read More
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It means that someone is suing you for damages (which would include money damages, specific performance, unjust enrichment, etc). Read More
The plaintiff will win a by default and a judgment will be entered against the defendant. There are not laws that require a person to file an answer or to be present at the civil suit hearing. Read More
A class action IS a civil law suit, where many plaintiffs bring suit against one entity on their collective behalfs instead of just one person bringing suit on their own behalf. Read More
As far as I know, there generally aren't limits on the amount of depositions you can take. That doesn't mean that the other side won't object if they feel you're asking for an unnecessary deposition. There are deadlines, though, for discovery depositions and trial depositions. You should look first at the local rules for the court where the suit is filed, then George Civil Local Rules, as well as Federal Civil Rules Read More
In Georgia you are allowed to request a jury in a civil suit. You may seek jury by 12 if the amount in controversy exceeds the statutory minimum, otherwise a jury of 6 will be called. Read More
I have never heard of bail referred to in the context of a civil lawsuit. Read More
The person that files a civil suit is known as the Petitioner or the Plaintiff or the Claimant. Read More
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An employer cannot retaliate or fire you because you refuse to drop a civil suit. However, they can fire you for other reasons. Read More
A civil suit judgment is against the person who is named in the lawsuit. Unless there are extenuating circumstances, the wife would not be liable for the payment. Read More
A civil suit is one between two private parties where they have a disagreement or damages. A criminal act is a suit between the government and an accused that violates a law. Read More
Unable to figure out what is being asked. The word "suit" refers to a civil suit. However a CRIME committed against a government entity is always considered a CRIMINAL matter not a civil matter, therefore there would be no suit involved. Read More
If it is dismissed without prejudice the case can be filed for suit again. And, if it is with prejudice the case will have notes from the judge and be permanently closed. Read More
What does it mean if court records show a civil suit against you by a creditor two years ago but says it was dismissed a year later?
Either the creditor did not file a judgment within the prescribed time or the suit was dismissed because it had errors, was filed in the wrong venue, etc. Read More
She was found responsible. Read More
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Can you sell property if you bought the same property off some one who has a civil suit against him?
As long as there is no lien on the property you can. If the civil suit is pending, then no judgment lien has attached to the property and you can buy it free and clear. If the civil suit relates directly to the property, the plaintiff may have put a lis pendens on it which is a type of pre-judgment lien that is permitted in some cases when the lawsuit is over the property itself… Read More