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If the judge grants your motion, the person trying to sue you will have to start the process over again. But, they can make you come back to court if they serve you properly.
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IN THE _________________ COURT OF __________________ COUNTY, ILLINOIS
(Name of Defendant/Respondent)
vs. CASE NO:
(Name of Plaintiff/Petitioner)
MOTION TO QUASH SERVICE OF PROCESS OF SUMMONS AND FOR DISMISSAL OF PLAINTIFF'S/PETITIONER'S CAUSE OF ACTION
I, the above named Plaintiff/Petitioner, do hereby request quashal of service of process of summons and dismissal of Plaintiff's/Petitioner's cause of action.
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I request that, following a hearing, the relief request in this motion be granted.
(Date) (Signature of Defendant/Respondent)
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I, __________, the undersigned Defendant/Respondent do hereby certify that I have mailed the preceding motion to quash service of process of summons and for dismissal of Plaintiff's/Petitioner's cause of action to to the following by depositing the same in the United States mail, postage prepaid, to wit:
OPPOSING COUNSEL NAME AND ADDRESS
JUDGE'S NAME AND ADDRESS
This the ____ day of _____________________ 2008.
YOUR NAME AND CONTACT INFO
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