In many states, a default occurs when the defendant does not file an Answer to the complaint on time. If this happens the plaintiff can request that the court enter this default on the record so the case can proceed without the defendant's participation. Usually, court rules require this request to be in the form of a motion in writing with a copy sent to the defendant's address to put him/her on notice that the case is proceeding. Then, depending on the type of case, the court moves into the "proof" phase, where plaintiff submits proof of the claim in order to get the judgment demanded. The court will not enter the judgment demanded just because defendant did not object to it. In cases of debts, most courts accept a simple sworn affidavit attesting to the amount owed. If the court is satisfied, judgment will be entered. If it is the kind of case where proof is not so easily done, as in divorce cases, a proof hearing is set up and plaintiff appears and gives proofs from the witness stand. Again, judgment will not be entered unless proper proofs are on the record. Most states allow a defendant to make a request that the default be set aside and allow defendant to file an answer. This is usually granted to give defendant his day in court if there were some reasonable excuse for the delay. Courts even allow defendants to make requests to re-open the case if a default judgment has been entered, but this is usually done only when there is some reasonable excuse together with a meritorious defense. Each state and federal court has its own rules governing this whole process so you must check those to find out exactly what your state does.
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what haapend if a loan is sold with recourse and it goes into defualt
If the US Supreme Court is the first to hear a case, the Court has original jurisdiction.
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Goes to appeals court
the court goes under what the law states to rules a court case and determine the outcome. come together to make a decision.
The point goes to the opponent.
If the crime carries a felony punishment, your case will go to federal court. The amount of drugs you have on your person will determine if it is a felony or not.
A case goes to the supreme court on appeal of state, federal or other court decisions. Basically, if you go to court, and they side with your opponent, you can appeal the decision and go to the next highest ranking court. Once you make it to the supreme court, if you do, they will pick the cases that they want (or think is reasonable) to have a trial for, and then your case will be in the supreme court.
If in the US, then yes. The default will be replaced with paid in full. Simply send proof of the payment to the three credit bureaus.
the ball goes to the opposite team and is played on court
What happens if the Supreme Court refuses to hear a case on appeal from the lower courts? A. The lower court’s ruling stands and cannot be repealed. B. The case sits in the Court’s docket for the next six months. C. The case immediately goes back to district courts for a re-trial. D. The case immediately goes back to the appellate courts for a re-trial. Please select the best answer from the choices provided A B C D Mark this and return
Original jurisdiction is the first court that heard a case. Before a case makes it to the Supreme Court, it usually goes through at least one layer of the appellate court system.
It is a charge that many people goes to court for it. It is a felony.
Mot much Atticus goes to court but nothing happens there and dill is back.
You will become sterile if PID goes untreated; worst case scenario is death.
If a transmission speed sensor fails, the transmission will default to second gear.
An attorney makes an "appearance" in a case every time he goes before the court in that particular case.
When a case is remanded it goes back to the court where it was originally tried. In the federal court system, that would usually be a US District Court.
A case goes to a federal court if the case deals with the constitutionality of a law. Most of your criminal cases, contract cases, tort cases, family law etc. go to your state court.
If an incident or court case goes beyond the local jurisdiction, the state court will hear the court case. If the state courts feel that the incident is too severe to be handled at the state level, the state will petition the superior court to hear the case.
There are various steps that lead to a Supreme Court hearing. First of all, the case begins in the lower courts. If unhappy with the decision reached in this court, the case can be appealed before US Court of Appeals. If this doesn't go well, the defendant can request a rehearing or petition the Supreme Court. A petition of certiorari has to be filed, this will ask the Supreme Court to hear the case. At this point, the Court will either agree to hear the case, or reject it.
If the US Supreme Court is the first to hear a case, they are exercising original jurisdiction; if the Court hears a case directly from US District Court under appellate jurisdiction, bypassing the intermediate US Court of Appeals Circuit Court, they are exercising expedited jurisdiction (as well as appellate jurisdiction).
It goes back to the original court after a motion for a new trial has been filed and granted.