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Old 12-11-2016, 11:02 AM
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Default how to fille form 23C - Affidavit for uncontested trial

I am a bit confused about this form.

Point # 1 in the form says :

1. I am the applicant in this case.

and the remaining questions in the form assumes that the form is filled by the Applicant.

In the original application I was the respondent. Now Although I have filed the Motion to Change application but according to rules my role is still as the respondent in the motion to change.

Now I am trying to fill the 23c form and but the template assumes that the Affadavit is filled by the Applicant.

How do I fix this problem. In all the cases below , in my situation , the respondent has to be replace by Applicant, if the form is being filed by the respondent.


Here are the example questions I am having problem with :

1. I am the applicant in this case.



The respondent and I were:
married on (date)
separated on (date)
started living together on (date)
never lived together.


6. An order giving the respondent access to the children
7 My application/motion is not being served on the respondent for the following reasons:
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Old 12-12-2016, 12:15 AM
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You will always be the "respondent" . You are not the applicant. You are the "moving party".

It's just a template. I would just replace that sentence with:

I am the respondent in this case.

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The applicant and I were married on ...
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You will always be the "respondent" . You are not the applicant. You are the "moving party".

It's just a template. I would just replace that sentence with:

I am the respondent in this case.

...

The applicant and I were married on ...
...
thank you Trinton ! thats also the law clerk in the court told me

I have one more question .

How do I note the other party in to default ?
I do not want to request 14b at this point . But I just want the Judge and the other party to know that they are into dedault ?

I am hearing different ways to do it ?

can i just file new 14a for that purpose ?
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Old 12-14-2016, 05:47 PM
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thank you Trinton ! thats also the law clerk in the court told me

I have one more question .

How do I note the other party in to default ?
I do not want to request 14b at this point . But I just want the Judge and the other party to know that they are into dedault ?

I am hearing different ways to do it ?

can i just file new 14a for that purpose ?
Not sure about that. May want to pm orleanslawyer

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