You must file a written response within the time limit in your Summons (usually
twenty days from the date the papers are handed to you or someone in your ...
www.nycourts.gov/courts/1jd/supctmanh/Self-Rep Forms/How to S & C.pdf
How to Respond to a Summons and Complaint. Note: All persons involved in a
lawsuit should consult an attorney. This office gives you information, forms and ...
May 10, 2012 ... Once you get the Summons make sure you write down on your calendar when
the deadline is to respond. You don't want to miss this deadline!
If you are served with a Summons and Complaint, you are being sued in a civil
action. You are the defendant in this action, and you must answer (respond to) ...
Learn what to do if you've been served with a summons and complaint, including
how much time you have to respond and what options might be available to ...
A debt collection is an unwelcome surprise if you receive a summons and
complaint out of the blue. As the defendant in the lawsuit, you have the right to ...
Jan 16, 2013 ... The document used to respond to a complaint is called an “answer”. ... So you've
just been served with a summons and complaint in a debt ...
You have 30 days AFTER the date you are served to file a response with the
court. ... If you were served by substituted service, meaning the summons and ...
The plaintiff bringing the lawsuit must file a summons and complaint to start the
lawsuit. ... The answer is the defendant's opportunity to respond to the plaintiff's ...
Jun 1, 2015 ... The summons and complaint (this may also be titled a petition, especially in state
court) will tell you how much time you have to file a response.