You have been served with a lawsuit from a bank Do you need to file an Answer to Complaint form?
Yes--unless the matter is a small claim (and even then some states require answers). See link to answer form.
Defendent has 30 days to asnwer a lawsuit.
you can contact your state governor and file a complaint with their office. if they feel you have enough evidence they will help file a lawsuit after some investigation has been done.
You will be formally "served" with papers stating that a lawsuit has been brought out against you. You must be present when the papers come or it will not be validated. A signature is required.
Yes, a summons is a requirement to be someplace, normally at a court or deposition. The answer to a complaint is the response to a complaint that has been filed with the court and served on the other side.
A proper way to respond to a civil lawsuit Complaint that has been filed is to file an Answer. In this legal pleading, a person has a chance to explain why or why not the counts in the Complaint against them are valid.
Finding a lawyer would be a good start...
The agency or person in charge of the lawsuit summons will inform the plaintiff/petitioner that the summons has been properly served upon the defendant or his or her legal representative.
Evidence and professionalism. If you feel you're being sued unjustifiably, gather any documentation, pictures, phone messages, etc. pertaining to the case and use these to support your side of the story. Be detailed, professional in tone and answer only those points relevant to the lawsuit. No matter what happened in the past, it's usually not relevant to the specific reason for the lawsuit. Organize your evidence and defense and present it without bias or any… Read More
Officially notifies a defendant that a lawsuit is pending and that a response to the complaint must be filed within a certain number of days?
Once you have been served and notified that you are being sued, most states allow anywhere from 14 days to 20 days to respond with an answer to the allegations in which one is being sued for. You need to check with your state on the number of days allowed.
Can the holder of a second mortgage demand payment on a home after it has been foreclosed on in Ohio?
When filing a complaint for foreclosure, the plaintiff/bank is required to file a preliminary judicial that shows who has any interest in the property being foreclosed. The complaint must be served to anyone listed on the preliminary judicial which may have a possible interest in the property. If the complaint is served on the interested party and the defending interested party fails to answer within the required time, then the served interested party is forever… Read More
It is a paper issued by a court informing a person that a complaint has been issued against him/her. Served by a person known as a Process Server
Civil is like when your neighbor complains that you make too much noise. It can be a lawsuit too. Criminal is when you have broken the law. A criminal act has been committed.
You generally only have 20 to 30 days to respond to a summons from the date you were served. It is very important to file what is called an Answer to the Complaint, as well as a Notice of Apperance and Certificate of Service. All of those documents can be googled and I have seen some templates being offered on the web for a reasonable price. If you do not respond this grants the creditor… Read More
When you initiate any lawsuit, the first thing you do is file a Complaint or Petition. This is a document outlining what you want and why you are legally entitled to it. (In a divorce, you sue the other person for dissolution of marriage.) This document is filed with the clerk of court, and is called a case. This process is commonly referred to as filing for divorce. Once your Complaint is filed, you must… Read More
If you have been served with a civil lawsuit, you will need to file a pleading called an Answer, where you answer each individual allegation, plead any affirmative defenses, and assert any counterclaims. A letter is not sufficient, and will not avoid a default judgment.
Bank Accounts are frozen by bank authorities or law enforcement agencies when they sense some illegal or suspicious activity in the account. In such a case, you will be able to find out the details from the bank. You need to provide proof that nothing illegal happened in your account and once you provide satisfactory information your account will be re-activated. Bank accounts are also frozen by a court order subsequent to a judgment in… Read More
It means that the actions necessary to file a lawsuit have been started, but the lawsuit has not been filed as of yet.
A summons is a document that accompanies a complaint at the start of a legal case. It is the document that brings the defendant into the court's jurisdiction. It must be served with the complaint and advises the defendant of his or her obligation to respond to the complaint. A subpoena is not used to start a case. It is used to get somebody to testify as a witness or to produce documents in an… Read More
Lead Plaintiff - A person named in the complaint as the plaintiff and who has been determined by the court to be a legally "adequate" person to represent the interests of the class. Besides the "lawyer" who manages a lawsuit, the Lead Plaintiff is the main person.
After the notice has been served according to law and the statutory time period has passed, the landlord can initiate an unlawful detainer lawsuit to have you evicted.
A subpoena is an order directed to an individual commanding him to appear in court on a certain day to testify or produce documents in a pending lawsuit. A summons is a paper issued by a court informing a person that a complaint has been filed against her.
Unfortunately if you having been serving time for a crime you did not commit you're out of luck on a lawsuit. There have been cases where men have served 20 years in prison and have been set free. This is no recourse in the courts for bad luck. In the cases I just mentioned, quite often DNA testing has freed innocent people.
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
Payments can fail for several different reasons: the account has insufficient funds, the check is not signed, the check is stale dated, a stop payment has been ordered or, the account has been frozen as a result of a lawsuit of some kind. Your bank will tell you what is going on if you ask them.
If you have been served a notice of deficiency for a delinquent auto loan you cosigned on will the bank settle?
Make them a REASONABLE offer. All they can do is say no.
The case was Conley vs Gibson decided by the Supreme Court in the 1950s. Black workers had been fired and replaced by whites. The blacks brought a lawsuit against their union claiming the union had done nothing to protect them. A lawsuit is initiated with what are called "pleadings." The union argued the black plaintiff's pleadings were not a complete enough statement of their complaint, so their lawsuit should be thrown out. The requirement for… Read More
Collection agencies cannot garnish wages or seize property. They can refer the deliquent account to a collection attorney who can file a lawsuit. The attorney must be licensed in the debtor's state and the lawsuit must be filed there. If the lawsuit is won, a writ of judgment can be issued. The writ can be executed in the form of wage garnishment, bank account levy and seizure of nonexempt property. There are collection firms such… Read More
What action can be taken if a debt collection agency sued you and default judgment was passed for an unpaid debt if you are temporarily out of the country for a 1 year assignment?
A motion or application for an order vacating or setting aside the judgment may be made if service of the complaint had not been made properly. Before a judgment can be entered against a debtor, the complaint must be served on the debtor personally or sometimes if the court allows, by certified mail. If the debtor was not served with the complaint because he was out of the country and if he did not know… Read More
You should have been served a copy - how else would you have perfection of service? If you lost your copy, some courts have the documents online. If yours does not, go to the clerk's office & request a copy.
A written response, normally called an Answer to the Complaint, is your opportunity to deny the allegations made in the complaint against you. The complaint was in writing and served upon you. You must therefore do the same. You answer each numbered allegation in the complaint one by one. Some you'll have to admit and some you will deny. Others you will neither admit nor deny but leave plaintiff to prove it. Once the court… Read More
I assume you mean "it's been 8 years from the time the dispute occurred." If so, the statute of limitations likely bars the lawsuit. A local attorney can tell you the statute of limitations for the case. If the statute of limitations has expired for the case, it is a good idea to have the attorney draft an answer form to the complaint including an affirmative defense of statute of limitations expiration. If you do… Read More
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It means that the lawsuit has been dismissed but may be refiled later.
Depends on the type of complaint filed. A job related complaint, or a court related complaint? In a court related complaint, you will know who filed the complaint, when they serve summons upon you. In a job related complaint, I would imagine that you have a right to view your personell records in which if a complaint had been filed, it may be in there. Also, hang around the water fountain -- as gossip will… Read More
What can you do if your bank account has already been frozen and you need the money in the account to pay back some of your debt?
Answer Try to vacate the judgment through the court that entered the judgment. This may temporarily release your bank account funds if you were not properly served.
Generally, there are four ways to deal with a complaint. You can answer it, you can demur to part or all of it, you can move to strike all or portions of it, or you can ignore it. The first three of these options may have different names in different jurisdictions. A demurrer is a motion whereby you argue that all or portions of the complaint do not state a valid cause of action, even… Read More
If you have been served with "court papers" or a lawsuit, you will need to file an answer and respond to the suit. In most (all?) places, a minor cannot initiate legal actions or serve legal papers.
Go to the bank and take your name off the account and remove the money. Close the account if they will let you do it without having the other person sign. You also may be able to get a quick order from a judge to freeze the account if you have good reason. * If this is in connection to a lawsuit judgment, once the lawsuit has been filed the account holder(s) cannot close or… Read More
Can the police arrest you if there has been a complaint about you stabbing someone in the arm with no evidence?
The complaint itself is evidence. If the officer feels that the complaint fills the need for probable cause, they may arrest on just that information.
Our dog was attacked by our neighbor's at large dog for the 5th time while he was walking on a leash. I called Animal Control immediately and filed a complaint. They have not contacted us regarding the complaint. It has been one week. What is the follow up procedure when a complaint has been filed?
For a persons wages or bank account to be garnished the garnisher must have been awarded a judgment in connection with a lawsuit against the debtor. The exceptions are a garnishment for court ordered child support or spousal maintenance (alimony).
The cast of ... Would Have Been My Last Complaint - 2012 includes: Sri Ganapati Vedeshwar as The Old Man
Foreclosure notices are served on those who have not been able to keep up with their mortgage payments on their home. They are akin to an eviction notice, as the bank is claiming their property.
None that I have found. If all of us having problems with brakes and other safety related problems will go to the NHTSA site and file a complaint perhaps we can get a recall on these sorry things. Class action suits seem to be money in lawyers bank accounts and squat to those with the financial burden of paying for these junkers. A recall puts the burden on the manufacture to fix there bad design/parts… Read More
Which term is best described as a document that informs a person or group of a lawsuit against them and orders them to appear in court on a given date and time?
When a lawsuit is started in the jurisdiction i am from, a person known as a plaintiff files a Notice of Action and Statement of Claim with the Court and causes it to be served on a defendant or defendants. In small claims court, it is called a Notice of Claim, and it is filed by a Claimant, and served on a Defendant. The Notice of Action sets out that a claim has been started… Read More
if you've been wronged, yes.
You would respond to the suit just like any other suit. File an answer that addresses each and every paragraph of the complaint with either an admission or denial. Then you would add that you have reached an agreement to pay the amount due and that you are making payments according to the terms of the agreement. This is an affirmative defense known as accord and satisfaction.
I am a student and on 2 different occasions my confidentiality has been breached could you tell me what rights i have and can i sue if a member of staff because they have breached my confidentiality?
If you mean that a confidentiality STATUTE was violated, then you can use the statute's enforcement mechanism, which probably does not start withn a lawsuit, but with a complaint. You probably can never sue an individual employee, only charge the school IF you prevail on the charge.
Can a car company receive a civil judgment against you without notification by certified mail or being served by a sheriff?
The exact legal method for service of a lawsuit will vary by state, but every state has requirements that require notice of the lawsuit to be served on the person. Notice and an opportunity to be heard are basic due process rights. In some cases like eviction lawsuits, service by "nail and mail" might be sufficient. In one case, I had a defendant who was evading service and I got a court order for service… Read More
You can visit the local family court and check your names in the divorce index. If a complaint for divorce was filed it will appear in the index.