What are the rules of the Superior Court?
Superior Courts Rules Order 1 Commencement of Proceedings Order 1A Procedure by Personal Injuries Summons Order 1B Defamation Act 2009 : S.I. No. 511 of 20 Order 2 Procedure by Summary Summons Order 3 Procedure By Special Summons
How is a judgment issued in Small Claims Court?
How a Judgment Is Issued . If the judge in small claims court rules in your favor, or if a default judgment is issued because the defendant fails to appear or defend the case, the court will issue a judgment for a specific amount of money. This amount will include court costs as well as the amount the court has stipulated you be paid.
How to check the status of a civil lawsuit in Florida?
There are the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure as well as local rules for particular counties and courts. The lawsuits are indexed and maintained by the county clerk’s office. The status of all civil lawsuits filed in the tri-county area can be checked by reviewing the online databases maintained by the clerk’s office.
When does a judge have a bias or prejudice?
Whenever a party to any proceeding in a district court makes and files a timely and sufficient affidavit that the judge before whom the matter is pending has a personal bias or prejudice either against him or in favor of any adverse party, such judge shall proceed no further therein, but another judge shall be assigned to hear such proceeding.
How to file a complaint against a Superior Court judge?
Read Superior Court judges’ bios and access the prothonotaries’ addresses. Filing may be accomplished by delivering or mailing a paper original and a specified number of copies in the Court’s district filing office or by electronic filing via the PACFile appellate court electronic filing system.
How to respond to an order to show cause?
The order to show cause typically orders that you file papers with the court responding to the plaintiff’s complaint and/or brief and appear in court for a hearing. The papers filed with the court should include a sworn statement from you, the defendant,…
How to file an appeal in Superior Court?
Electronic filing is available in Superior Court via the PACFile appellate court electronic filing system. Registering for a secure user account is necessary to use this service. For more information about PACFile and to register for a user account, visit the UJS Web Portal.
What do I need to go to Superior Court?
Effective Mon., Feb. 25, 2019, the Superior Court will require that all persons requesting access to public records produce valid identification, which will be photocopied. Requesters must also complete the public access viewing form provided.