answer within 30 days from the date that you received the complaint. Read the ...
The Plaintiff is the person or entity who initiated or filed the complaint. ... Plaintiff
seeks judgment against Defendant John Smith in the amount of $10,000.
Learn what to do if you've been served with a summons and complaint, ... Filing
an answer prevents the plaintiff from getting a default judgment against you.
Under the federal rules, a civil lawsuit begins when a complaint is filed with the
court. ... The complaint, which contains the plaintiff's allegations against the ...
If you do not file an Answer, the court will enter a Default Judgment against you.
.... If the Summons and Complaint have been filed with the court (there will be a ...
Most complaints filed in Ohio courts allow 28 days to respond, although ... At the
end of your answer, ask the judge to dismiss the complaint against you, sign ...
If your jurisdiction does not allow you to answer with a ... you incurred in
defending against the lawsuit, ...
It says I have to answer by a certain date. If you got a summons and complaint,
you are the "defendant" in this case. The person who filed the complaint is the ...
May 10, 2012 ... Answer: The formal document you draft in response to the ... will be admitting or
denying the allegations the debt buyer has filed against you.
www.nycourts.gov/COURTS/1jd/supctmanh/Self-Rep Forms/How to S & C.pdf
This office gives you ... a default judgment against the defendant for the relief
requested. ... In New York County Supreme Court, Civil Branch, electronic filing is
An answer is filed by the defendant after s/he has been served with a ... complaint
, you have twenty-one (21) days to file an answer. The United ... may be in default
, and the plaintiff may be able to obtain a default judgment against you. In your ...