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Take your written answer to the clerk's office. The clerk will take your documents and stamp each set of papers "filed" with the date. They will then give the copies back to you. One copy is for you to keep. The other copy you're responsible for delivering to the plaintiff (or their attorney).
There are four steps to respond to a complaint. Answer each issue of the complaint. Assert affirmative defenses. File the answer with the court and serve the plaintiff with answer.
If you have been served with a summons and complaint, you have twenty-one (21) days to file an answer. The United States government, its agencies, and employees have sixty (60) days to file an answer. See Rule 12 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
A subpoena, whether requested by the state or the defendant, may be served by certified mail or as provided in section (d). (2) How served. The sheriff shall place a copy of the subpoena to be served in an envelope and shall address the envelope to the person to be served.
There are only a few grounds on which a court can vacate a judgment. Rule 60 of the Alabama Rules of Civil Procedure lists them: Mistake, inadvertence, surprise, or excusable neglect. Newly discovered evidence that could not have been discovered before the judgment was entered.

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Thus, the effect of these two amendments is that a Rule 55(c) motion to set aside a default judgment can be ruled upon beyond the 30 days, but if not ruled upon within the 90 days allowed by Rule 59.1, will be deemed denied at the end of the 90-day period.
In Alabama, a creditor can place a judgment lien on your real property (or your personal property or vehicle) in order to collect the judgment, and it will remain attached to your real property for 10 years, even if you sell the property.
Persons tasked with the serving process must state on the process that they are unable to serve a copy within thirty (30) days and return the process and any copies they received to the clerk, who will record this information on their docket sheet.
Generally, responses or objections are due in 30 days. It has frequently been held that both good faith and the spirit of the rule require the party answering interrogatories to see to it that his answers are truthful as of the time of the trial as well as of the time when the interrogatories are answered.
A defendant shall serve an answer within thirty (30) days after the service of the summons and complaint upon that defendant except when service is made by publication and a different time is prescribed under the applicable procedure.

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