1. Appeal- Post-Trial2. Arbitration-Pre-trial3. Default Judgement-Pre-trial4. Directed Verdict-Trial5. Dismissal- Pre-trial6. General Verdict-Trial7. Judgement Non Obstante Verdicto- Trial8. Remittitur- Trial9.Summary Judgement-Pre-trial10. Settelment-Pre-trialSection TwoF.R.C.P. Rule, Answer1. Explain how a civil action is commenced.FRCP 3. Commencing an Action, A civil action is commenced by filing a complaint with the court.2. Where may process be served under the federal rules?FRCP 4.1 (a). It may be served anywhere within the territorial limits of the state where theissuing court is located.3. When and how may a defendant bring in a third party under the federal rules?FRCP 14 (a). A defending party may, as third party plaintiff, serve a summons and complaint on anonparty who is or may be liable to it for all or part of the claim against it. But the third partyplaintiff must, by motion, obtain the court's leave if it files the third party complaint more than14 days after serving its original answer.Defending party must file within 14 days of original
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