This answer was originally filed in a timely manner. However, the Plantiff does not believe the answser was sufficient (as it was general) and has therefore asked the court for an Interlocutory Default Judgement. Also, this case involves our Texas Corporation and three of the officiers, including myself. Therefore, since the original answer was filed and the court copy sent to the Plaintiff, what would be the proper response to stop the Interlocutory Default Judgement before the trial date?
Ok. If we go before the judge for the motion, what document will we need to present other than our original answer? The Plantiff will be presenting the motion for Interluctory Default Judgement and what legal document should we have to respond?
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