Note: Source-R.R. 4:30-2(a)(b)(c), 7:12-6; paragraph (b) amended July 16, 1981
to .... Where the manner of joining or designating an unknown defendant is not ...
(B) by imprisonment for more than one year. ... (c) Nature and Contents. ... A
count may allege that the means by which the defendant committed the offense
are unknown ... Upon the defendant's motion, the court may strike surplusage
from the ...
Procedure 15(c) governs relation back in federal court. It provides that an ..... "
mistake" condition satisfied when plaintiff sought to add a defendant originally
named as "unknown ..... B. Relation Back Under the Federal Rules of Civil
(b) Misnomer of a party is not a ground for dismissal but the name of any party ... (
c) A party shall set forth in the body of his or her pleading the names of all ..... or
her heirs and legatees parties defendant as unknown owners, the same as if he ...
(b) If a person required to be named as a defendant is dead, or is believed ...
defendants "all persons unknown, claiming any legal or equitable right, title, ... (c)
If the plaintiff admits the validity of any adverse claim, the complaint shall so state.
Jan 15, 2003 ... This "relation back" rule allows unknown or "John Doe" defendants in a .... as
defendants "Unknown Corrections Officers," meets 15(c)(3)(B)'s ...
(b) A person may not sue the unknown stockholders of a corporation under ... (c)
Service of process on an agent or clerk under this section has the effect of ... (a)
The plaintiff or his attorney may prepare the appropriate citation for the defendant
(B) unknown spouse of a defendant;. (C) unknown officers, successors, trustees,
creditor [creditors] and assigns of a defendant that is an existing, dissolved or ...
(Continued). The true names of defendants sued as Does are unknown to plaintiff
. ... real property that is the subject of this action is located here. a. b. c. d. e.
It shall be sufficient to name or describe unborn or unknown parties as the heirs,
... has been commenced; (B) briefly the object and general nature thereof; (C) a ...
judgment by default will be entered against defendant unless the defendant ...