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If defendant does not answer or appear within 60 days following mailed service, service shall be made as is otherwise prescribed by this rule, and the time prescribed by R. 4:4-1 for issuance of the summons shall then begin to run anew. Note: Source - R.R. 4:4-4. (4) as may be provided by court order.
A complaint where the plaintiff (or, in limited cases, the plaintiffs counsel) swears to the allegations, demonstrating to a court that the plaintiff has investigated the charges against the defendant and found them to be of substance.
Answer. Once the Defendant has been properly served they have 35 days in New Jersey state court from the date of service to file an Answer. In the Answer, they can confirm or deny the allegations made in the complaint.
Answer. Once the Defendant has been properly served they have 35 days in New Jersey state court from the date of service to file an Answer. In the Answer, they can confirm or deny the allegations made in the complaint.
Under New Jersey Court Rule. 4:44-3, All proceedings to enter a judgment to consummate a settlement in. matters involving minors and mentally incapacitated persons shall be heard. by the Court without a jury. This proceeding is commonly referred to as a friendly hearing.
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Answer. Once the Defendant has been properly served they have 35 days in New Jersey state court from the date of service to file an Answer. In the Answer, they can confirm or deny the allegations made in the complaint.
If defendant does not answer or appear within 60 days following mailed service, service shall be made as is otherwise prescribed by this rule, and the time prescribed by R. 4:4-1 for issuance of the summons shall then begin to run anew. Note: Source - R.R. 4:4-4. (4) as may be provided by court order.
If defendant does not answer or appear within 60 days following mailed service, service shall be made as is otherwise prescribed by this rule, and the time prescribed by R. 4:4-1 for issuance of the summons shall then begin to run anew. Note: Source - R.R. 4:4-4. (4) as may be provided by court order.
The defendant must generally serve an answer within 35 days of service of process. However, a court order providing for service of the complaint (for example, when the plaintiff initiates an action by order to show cause) may set the deadline for the defendants answer. (N.J. R. 4:6-1(a) and 4:4-4(b)(3).)
New Jersey Process Service is also done by mailing a copy of the summons and complaint by registered or certified mail, return receipt requested, and, simultaneously, by ordinary mail to a competent individual of the age of fourteen or over, addressed to the individuals dwelling house or usual place of abode.

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