Hi, Thanks for your efforts and I will pay the fee which I did in goof faith. However, the infomation snet was too much, and I will rather get an example of a defendant -if possible in Buck county, otherwise I am guessing as to what is really required.,
So I will appreicate if you can send me a sample for a defendant in bucks county PA,
I went to the court today to file a petition to end or strike a "deefault judgement which has been filed against me. They told me to get the format for the form, complete the form and file same with appropriate fee, and it must be in the form of a petition. I petion forms online, but I need one that says: "Petition to end or strike a fefault judgement" in keeping with PA law code.
I am the defendant. So I will be more comforatable with a defendants sample than a plaintiffs sample, even if the jist is the same.
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