When defendant answers a complaint without being served by plaintiff must the plaintiff still properly serve complaint?
Nope, you admitted service when you answered.
No, the defendant does not make the allegations in the complaint. The plaintiff makes the allegations. The Defendant answers or responds to each of them by either admitting or denying them or by saying neither admitting nor denying but leaving plaintiff to its proofs. Read More
In terms of written pleadings, an Answer is the first document filed by a defendant in a lawsuit. In the answer the defendant answers or responds to each individual allegation made in the Complaint. If the defendant does not answer the complaint, the court might enter judgment against defendant. A Response is a more general category of pleadings meaning just about every type of paper that responds to some paper filed by the other party… Read More
cross-complaint n. after a complaint has been filed against a defendant for damages or other orders of the court, the defendant may file a written complaint against the party suing him/her or against a third party as long as the subject matter is related to the original complaint. The defendant's filing of a complaint is called a cross-complaint, and the defendant is then called a cross-complainant and the party he/she sues is called a cross-defendant… Read More
Two things to know. First, if a person does not answer the summons and complaint in the time allotted, the court will let the plaintiff proceed with the case pretty much as if the defendant agrees with all the allegations and demands made in the complaint. The plaintiff will have to prove that service of the summons was made properly just so the court is sure that the failure to answer is not just because… Read More
The Plaintiff and Defendant are just regular people needing answers. The people who get paid are the Judge and the police officer. Read More
"Release" them from what? POSSIBLE Answers: Civil defendants are not incarcerated so there is no 'release' from jail involved. The plaintiff may withdraw the lawsuit thereby 'releasing' the defendant from having to defend himself. The judge can 'release' (or dismiss) a defendant from a suit if they find insufficient cause that he was included in it. Read More
When a case is "removed" to federal court, it was originally filed in State court, but then was "removed" or moved to federal court because it presents some sort of federal law issue. An "answer" is when, in the most common case, a defendant "answers" the claims the plaintiff has made against them. Read More
It's a writ, usually filed by a trial counsel, asking the court to dismiss a charge or complaint against a person due to factors named in the writ. Like the lack of evidence, or failure of the complainant to appear as an example. A Motion for Dismissal is drawn up after a Complaint is received when the Defendant has reason to believe the Complaint is invalid. There are certain reasons that courts will accept such… Read More
The defendant's response should be a written statement with a copy of the heading of the summons included or all information contained therein, (case number, court division number, date and time of hearing, plaintiff, etc,). The statement from the defendant is simply his or her answers based only on pertinent facts to all the charges made in the suit. The defendant sends a copy to the plaintiff and/or plaintiff's attorney and files a copy in… Read More
There is no sample "answer letter for a civil summons", because an Answer, as a pleading is governed by the rules of the court in which the Answer is filed. The exact form of an Answer could be different in each of the 50 state and federal court systems. Also, to be precise, one answers the allegations in the complaint, as opposed to the summons which makes no allegations against the defendant. Nevertheless a guide… Read More
The answer to a civil suit is known as a "first pleading". The defendant answers each charge as a denial or an acceptance. Example: A first defense and the best defense would be that "The plaintiff fails to state a claim against the defendant which could be granted relief under existing statutes" (meaning the debt itself is not valid/owed). The next best defense would be "If the defendant is indeed indebted to the plaintiff for… Read More
Any party (plaintiff, defendant, third-party plaintiff, third-party defendant, other) may file a motion for summary judgment. Such a motion seeks to short-circuit a civil lawsuit by having the court resolve it in the movant's favor short of trial. In general, the motion seeks a determination by the court that there exists no justiciable issue of law or fact and that the moving party is entitled to judgment as a matter of law. The motion typically… Read More
The person(s) or entity(ies), usually called either Dependants or Respondents, file answer(s) to a lawsuit. The failure to file an answer within the time allowed by law is deemed to be an admission of the Plaintiff's allegations, resulting in the entry of a "default". The answer consists of express admissions or denials of the allegations of the complaint, or can consist of a "general denial" of all allegations. It also asserts any affirmative defenses that… Read More
I do research on all of my answers, but if I clearly know the answer I write it as properly as I can. -Eugenie Read More
they delete answers if the answer is not answered properly. Read More
A civil plaintiff may choose to have a trial in front of a jury if the amount in controversy is greater than twenty dollars?
A+ Answers "True" :) Read More
When you file a complaint and the opposing party answers and counterclaim is your complaint deem denials of the counterclaim and its not necessary to file an answer?
You need to research the applicable law in your jurisdiction. Some require you to file an answer to the counterclaim to avoid default, and some do not. Read More
No. A defendant cannot ask for pre-trial access to the prosecution's questions. The unrehearsed nature of the defendant's answers to the prosecutor's questions reveal more of the truth than a planned performance would. Read More
When a claimant is being counter sued and an additional person is added should they also be informed by the defendant that they are now involved in the original claim.?
The additional "defendant" will be notified and served by the court. Be notified that I am not a lawyer and that the answers provided do not reflect actual case law or specific laws. Read More
there not always wrong if you ask the questions properly. Read More
Allan Ramsay has written: 'Answers for Allan Ramsay of Kinkell, to the petition and complaint of Sir Michael Malcolm of Lochore' Read More
Most people sway away from in-depth answers because they don't know the full answer or how to explain it properly. Read More
Is there any agency where you can submit complaint about online game on facebook who tookmy money because facebook is just resubmitting the issue back to the game and i am not getting any answers?
Facebook does not have anything to do with the games itself on the platform. You will need to submit a complaint to the game company. If you can tell us the name of the company, we can get you the details to write to them. The company will have to give you the money back. If they don't, you can submit a complaint to the BBB. Read More
It is only annoying to those who can't be bothered to learn to use the site properly. Those who properly register an account have access to better features. Read More
Whatever agency that has served you or notified you with the complaint should be able to provide that, legally. Unless the complaint was made anonymously or asked to be kept anonymous, then legally they cannot. Answer Sometimes a private investigator can find answers to questions others may not be able or willing to provide Read More
this website is not very good, no one answers the questions properly! =[ Read More
you can't move properly for a few days or even weeks. Read More
First learn how to properly ask a question. Then - and only then - you may expect proper answers. Read More
I want to leave a complaint about WikiAnswers Wikianswers always erases my answers and a few days ago I spent 30 minutes typing this extremely long answer and it got erased i hate this site don't you?
There must be a good reason why your answers are erased. If you create an account, you can report the removing of your answers in the Report Vandalism and Abuse section of the Community Forum. Read More
Yes--unless the matter is a small claim (and even then some states require answers). See link to answer form. Read More
Basically, a default judgment is something you did NOT argue about in court by filing answers to the Summons and Complaint, and the Summary Judgment is something you did argue about IN COURT. Read More
Wiki Answers currently does not support devanagiri lipi/font. So, we cannot answer that question properly. Read More
It cannot really be proved, but a fair amount of people on WikiAnswers who post questions and answers cannot spell properly. Just like the person who replied, before I changed his/her answer, who had degraded your question into a mockery, cannot spell properly. Read More
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A badly written question only leads to bad answers. A good question properly written leads to better answers. Read More
on an average: 5-10 years if being cared for properly. if not, shorter. but this is average. hope it answers ur question!! Read More
If you ask a question and submit it. That means you should categorize it properly, people who are interested in that category come and answer it. Read More
Court cases are introduced by the plaintiff, whether it's the government in a criminal case or a plaintiff in a civil case. This side of the case is known as the prosecution, who'll actually bring a case into court. The other side of the court case is the side that answers the charges for which the case is brought into court. This is known as the defense. In either case, the charges are introduced to… Read More
Well really it depends on if people that answer know these questions as people just put in answers. Some people do know and give you correct answers. Others deliberately give stupid answers, as they think that is fun. Sometimes people don't properly understand your question or misinterpret it and so the answer they give is not correct. Most answers are correct though. Read More
usually the first time this oocurs a motion is made to the court to compell the defendant to appear somtimes the plantive is awarded costs ( legal fees ) for the day the defendant missed. The second time the defendant dose not show up, after it is been court ordered, the judge has very broad discression. he may " strike" the defendant answers, empose sanctions and costs, and may take such action so that the… Read More
Your question is a bit confusing. A notarized signature is either done properly or not at all. I am a notary and you can't make an improper notarized signature. Also, who told you it wasn't properly notarized and what made them say that? I know more questions than answers but to give you a valid answer these need to be clarified. Shepherd 564 Read More
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Studying. No one wants to ask a nurse health questions who doesn't do her test properly. Read More
If it used to quote a necessary piece of overheard dialogue, or to quote what a defendant or other principal in the case said, yes. To simply testify and/or use it in everyday court conversation and answers to other questions, no, it is not. Read More
I would check the two power cables in the motherboard or I would check the display. Another thing to do is clear the CMOS on the motherboard, that may fix it. FYI What is "doesn't boot properly" these are answers if you don't see anything on the monitor. Read More
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You need to rememeber - theoretically there is no minimum age limit for using Answers - Therefore some answer might come from very young people who don't know how to conduct themselves properly on a forum such as this one. ALthough new users are now forced to register though Facebook (which has a minimum user age of thirteen), there is still NO way to verify a users age. Therefore some answers may be posted by… Read More
There are state and company guidelines, however they can be extended. The company needs the time necessary to fully investigate the claim. If you care to provide (either in the discussion forum on this question or my message board), the details, perhaps I could be of more assistance. If you want you could always file a complaint with WA states dept of insurance, I assure you these complaint answers are VERY time specific. Read More
THERE IS NO LONGER A "SEE MORE" OR "HOTTEST ISSUES AND ANSWERS FOR FARMVILLE" ON THE SUPPORT PAGE.... CAN SOMEBODY IN THE KNOW UPDATE THIS! Scroll down to the bottom of the page (the whole page, not just the game page), and click on Support. Then click on See More under "Hottest Issues and Answers for Farmville" part of the page. Then, on the right side of the page is a box where you can… Read More