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A counterclaim[23] is a pleading where the defendant is suing the plaintiff back. In our example, the guy who borrowed the lawnmower may counterclaim against you for trespass if you tried to go get your equipment out of his garage without permission.
Remote court proceedings are just like any other in-court proceeding; the only difference is that in a remote court proceeding, some or all of the participants may not be in the same physical space.
Tips for the Hearing Charge your computer or phone and make sure you have enough minutes to join the call. Find a private and quiet space. If possible, be alone in a room during the hearing. Try to limit distractions as much as possible.
Under the Revised Rules, an Answer is to be filed within 30 calendar days after service of summons. A 30-day extension to file the Answer may be allowed for meritorious reasons. The longer period is necessary in view of the additional requirements that must accompany the Answer, as discussed above.
Failure to Respond: If a defendant fails to answer the complaint or file a motion to dismiss within the time limit set forth in the summons, the defendant is in default. The plaintiff can ask the court clerk to make a note of that fact in the file, a procedure called entry of default.
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Caseflow Management is a system by which the Court intervenes in proceedings which are progressing slowly to help parties bring them to a timely resolution.
Close of Pleadings. Pleadings are closed when a plaintiff has delivered a reply to every defence in an action, or when the time for delivery has expired, and every defendant who is in default (failed to deliver a statement of defence) has been noted in default.
The court will assist you in resolving your problem, where possible. The judge will decide whether the hearing can go ahead or whether it should be adjourned. If the Family Court arranges a remote hearing and you do not join the hearing, the judge may make decisions about your case without you.
Pleadings are certain formal documents filed with the court that state the parties basic positions. Common pre-trial pleadings include: Complaint (or petition or bill).
What is form JD FM 292? A new Family Caseflow Request/Request for Earlier Hearing on Motion(s) (form JD-FM-292) was created, designed specifically for use in family matters. The form incorporates the prior form for requesting an earlier hearing on a motion, and adds other caseflow request options.

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