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Author Topic: Emergency court filing due to being locked out of home  (Read 2340 times)


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Emergency court filing due to being locked out of home
« on: Dec 01, 2012, 01:44:06 PM »
Just wondering what the terms are for emergency court filings. Whenever there is a contempt of court charge, the court hears the case within a few weeks, otherwise is becomes a few months. I am going to court in a couple of months to answer the summons but I need to be able get back to living in my own home before then. Is there some sort of emergency court filing I might be able to file to accomplish this?


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