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    mr.yet Posts: 1,725, Reputation: 176
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    #1

    Oct 2, 2007, 06:54 AM
    FYI sample Notice of Intent to Defend
    COURT NAME HERE


    PLAINTIFF NAME


    V


    DEFENDANT NAME


    CASE #


    NOTICE OF INTEND TO DEFEND



    I, your name, hereby give Notice of Intent to defend the above titled case, and

    Demand strict proof of the alleged claim.


    REQUEST FOR JUDICIAL NOTICE


    Defendants who are unschooled in the law and ask that the court take

    Judicial Notice of the enunciation of principles as stated in "Haines v. Kerner,

    404 U.S . 519," wherein the court has directed that those who are

    Unschooled in law making pleadings and/or complaints shall have the court

    Look to the substance of the pleadings rather than the form, and also hereby

    Makes the attached memorandum, including the related documents attached

    Herewith, in the above-referenced case.Furthermore, Defendant's hereby

    Requests the judge notify them of any sua sponte,rights or remedies they

    May overlook.



    -----------------------------
    Defendant

    __________________________________________________ _______________________________________


    COURT NAME HERE


    PLAINTIFF

    V

    DEFENDANT

    CASE #


    MOTION TO VACATE


    I, YOUR NAME HERE, move to vacate the above titled case pursuant to improper

    Service, pursuant to court rule #___________, I hereby, move that a hearing be granted

    On the matter .


    REQUEST FOR JUDICIAL NOTICE


    Defendants who are unschooled in the law and ask that the court take

    Judicial Notice of the enunciation of principles as stated in "Haines v. Kerner,

    404 U.S . 519," wherein the court has directed that those who are

    Unschooled in law making pleadings and/or complaints shall have the court

    Look to the substance of the pleadings rather than the form, and also hereby

    Makes the attached memorandum, including the related documents attached

    Herewith, in the above-referenced case.Furthermore, Defendant's hereby

    Requests the judge notify them of any sua sponte,rights or remedies they

    May overlook.



    -----------------------------
    Defendant
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    #2

    Nov 2, 2007, 08:59 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by mr.yet
    COURT NAME HERE


    PLAINTIFF NAME


    V


    DEFENDANT NAME


    CASE #


    NOTICE OF INTEND TO DEFEND



    I, your name, hereby give Notice of Intent to defend the above titled case, and

    Demand strict proof of the alleged claim.


    REQUEST FOR JUDICIAL NOTICE


    Defendants who are unschooled in the law and ask that the court take

    Judicial Notice of the enunciation of principles as stated in "Haines v. Kerner,

    404 U.S . 519," wherein the court has directed that those who are

    unschooled in law making pleadings and/or complaints shall have the court

    look to the substance of the pleadings rather than the form, and also hereby

    makes the attached memorandum, including the related documents attached

    herewith, in the above-referenced case.Furthermore, Defendant's hereby

    requests the judge notify them of any sua sponte,rights or remedies they

    may overlook.



    -----------------------------
    Defendant

    __________________________________________________ _______________________________________


    COURT NAME HERE


    PLAINTIFF

    V

    DEFENDANT

    CASE #


    MOTION TO VACATE


    I, YOUR NAME HERE, move to vacate the above titled case pursuant to improper

    Service, pursuant to court rule #___________, I hereby, move that a hearing be granted

    on the matter .


    REQUEST FOR JUDICIAL NOTICE


    Defendants who are unschooled in the law and ask that the court take

    Judicial Notice of the enunciation of principles as stated in "Haines v. Kerner,

    404 U.S . 519," wherein the court has directed that those who are

    unschooled in law making pleadings and/or complaints shall have the court

    look to the substance of the pleadings rather than the form, and also hereby

    makes the attached memorandum, including the related documents attached

    herewith, in the above-referenced case.Furthermore, Defendant's hereby

    requests the judge notify them of any sua sponte,rights or remedies they

    may overlook.



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    Defendant
    Do you have any sample forms for submitting to the judge an intent to contest the Plaintiffs being allowed to appear telephonically? The law library in my town said to just write it up myself, using the format that was on the summons.
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    #3

    May 31, 2009, 07:13 PM
    I have a levy placed on my home contents and 2 vehicles. When I 1st received a court notice I tried to get a public defender, but was turned down and then I called the court
    To see what I could do they recommended that I don't show up in court without a attorney
    Which I could not afford, now they have a levy on my property. Do I have any legal standing on the principle of not understanding my rights or the process. I live in PA
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    #4

    Aug 19, 2009, 07:12 PM

    Hi there everyone...

    I really need some help here I have an exam on 28-8 and I just found about this website, actually I have an exam on company law and I need help on the study case I have, I need some advice or can anyone help me with it please as soon as possible.

    Hamad

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