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Notice Of Intent To Take Default



stacyt88

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Sub: Notice Of Intent To Take Default
Thu, 24/01/2008 23:24

Can someone please explain what a Notice Of Intent To Take Default is? I received notice I was being sued by a credit card company in November, never heard anything else until today when I get this in the mail. Never knew of a court date or anything...what does this mean? Please explain in detail, and what the next steps from here on out are. Thanks so much!! Desperate for advice!!



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Sub: #1 It means that you must not have shown up for the court appearancThu, 01/24/2008 - 23:24



It means that you must not have shown up for the court appearance, so the plantiff has a default judgment.

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Sub: #2 I have no idea what it means, I didn't think they gave notice ifThu, 01/24/2008 - 20:14



I have no idea what it means, I didn't think they gave notice if the judge is going to issue a default judgment, you don't show they win right then and there as far as I know.

Call the clerk of the courts and ask if a default judgment has been entered against you, if not ask if they have you on the docket some where. If you don't yet have a default judgment you want to make sure you show up in court if you do get a date.


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