Who fills the form PLD-C-010?
In case someone sues you for the breach of contract, and you feel that you have all the chances to win the case, you have to fill the form PLD-C-010. The plaintiff sends this form to you, and you may respond it or prepare a cross-complaint.
What is form PLD-C-010 for?
This form is a legal answer which you file with the court to represent your interests in the lawsuit. You can lose or win this trial afterward. If you don’t file this form, your opponent in the trial automatically wins a case, and you have to pay the compensation. That’s why before filling out the form PLD-C-010 you have to think of all the possible risks. You should also keep in mind that you’ll have to pay a filing fee for this form.
Is form PLD-C-010 accompanied by other forms?
Depending on the case, the form PLD-C-010 can be accompanied by other documents, for example, Affirmative Defenses Attachment and Verification /Proof of Service by Mail.
When is PLD-C-010 due?
The answer PLD-C-010 must be filled out within 30 days after the day of receiving the lawsuit documents.
How do I fill out PLD-C-010?
The following information must be provided in order to complete the form:
Attorney or Party without attorney personal information;
Name of Court, judicial district or branch court, and post office and street address;
Information on whether defendant generally denies each statement of the complaint or admits that all the statements are true except several.
After filling out two pages of the answer form, you have to make two copies of it (one for you and one for the other party). The original form is filed with the court clerk.
Where do I send PLD-C-010?
One copy of PLD-C-010 is forwarded to the opponent party (by the person above 18 years old who is not involved in your case). You must bring completed original Answer form and other required documents to the court clerk and file them.