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Civil Procedure 31/08/2007 09:14:00 Defendant’s Choices after Served a Complaint: 20 days to answer normally: Can ask court for an adjournment-  stipulation for and extension of time to  respond  Sewer service     - instead of serving the defendant, the process server just  throws it out.  The defendant can also file an answer, dealing with each allegation of the  complaint, if silent to an allegation, and then admitting to the allegation in the complaint. If complaint says “1” allegation, in your response you say first and vice versa. 1. Don’t doing anything: by choice or silent o If the defendant does not respond to a compliant, he has admitted the  accusation of the complaint-> default judgment 2. Admitting it 3. If there is an allegation, but don’t know if its true or false, so how does one  respond? o Still have to answer “I deny that I have sufficient information to form  any belief about your allegation” 4. Can lump all admissions or denials together 5. Counter claim o Admission counter claim     - any claim you have against opponent o Compulsory counter claim- 
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