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JURISDICTIONARY

Civil Litigation

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Why not try motion for default on those counts against which your defendant did not move for dismissal? Might work! STUDY MY COURSE MORE AND MORE AND MORE! The answers you need are in my course!

RAS1

Civil Litigation

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I filed my complaint and had seven claims within. The Defendant did not reply with an Answer but replied with a Motion to Dismiss counts 2-7 for lack of subject matter jurisdiction. However, the Defendant did not send an answer to claim one (1). Does the motion to dismiss claims 2-7 count as an answer for the whole complaint? Or just 2-7? I believe it's called a partial motion to dismiss? According to the course, A Motion is a Motion, A Notice is a Notice, and an Answer is an Answer.. If I am correct, this allows me to file a Motion for Default for the unanswered claim #1 because the response time limit has passed? Thanks in advance Dr. Graves and group! [i]* Last updated by: RAS1 on 6/24/2017 @ 5:05 PM *[/i]

JURISDICTIONARY

Civil Litigation

Pleadings

If there is any question, ask the clerk. Typically, one files the forms and, for security sake I often ask them to make me a copy and time-stamp it for me so I have proof each form was, in fact, filed. Hope this helps. Perhaps you're making more of it than there is. The clerk of court MUST take your forms IF AND ONLY IF the forms you are filing are in proper order and pertain to an open case or are initiating a case. One cannot just go to court and start filing forms unless and until there is a case and case number that identifies the case. Please study my course completely. It is worth every moment you spend on it, Chris4.

GREG9

Civil Litigation

Pleadings

What is the process to file forms with the Clerk of Court in Illinois

JURISDICTIONARY

Civil Litigation

Trial

As stated in the course, most WILL work with you if you pay them in advance to cover their time. If they work less than you pay them for, they should refund the unused amount. They will NOT work with a pro se who will not pay them up front, because they have no recourse if you decide later not to pay. Just as stated in the course. Keep studying AND URGE OTHERS WHO CANNOT AFFORD A LAWYER TO DIG INTO THEIR WALLETS AND BUY MY COURSE INSTEAD OF GOING TO COURT UTTERLY BLIND JUST TO SAVE A FEW DOLLARS!

JAMES69

Civil Litigation

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It seems impossible to get a court reporter for small claims court in Chicago , the people I have talked with say they don't work with pro se litigants , any have? insight on this issue.