Is there a standard form for a bill of particulars for filing in Georgia courts?
Country relating to Question: United States
State (if USA): Georgia
Thank you for your question and for using JA. Are you asking about a civil summons and complaint or have you received a written demand for the specifics of why an action at law was brought.
Civil summons for debt I don't owe
Then it is not a bill of particulars but you want to reply to the summons with what is called an answer. You must answer the summons within the time on the summons.
Read the complaint carefully and determine what the creditor wants the court to do.
Then write an answer to civil summons. It is best to respond to each numbered paragraph of the complaint or petition.
Every allegation in a complaint is usually given a number. You should number your answer the same way.
If you have other facts that you want the judge to know, add additional numbered paragraphs.Please note that this is not legal advice. For legal advice you need to
retain a local attorney.
Place your responses under the heading “Answer.” You may refer to the sample answer format below (which hopefully will not lose its formatting here).
SAMPLE ANSWER TO COMPLAINT AND SUMMONS
IN THE COUNTY/CIRCUIT COURT,
IN AND FOR ______________ COUNTY, STATE
CASE NO: _____________________
ANSWER TO ______________________
DEFENSES Here is where you list the Statute of Limitations or the fact that it is not your debt, identity theft etc.
City, State, Zip Code
I hereby certify that a copy hereof has been furnished by hand-delivery/mail to Plaintiff/ Plaintiff’s attorney this _____ day of ___________, 20__.
Here are the GA court forms
Here is a sample answerhttp://www.kinseylaw.com/attyserv/civil/answers/answer.htmlInformation on a general denial which is what you may want to do since it appears this may not be your debthttp://www.ehow.com/how_6809961_write-civil-court-case-texas.html?ref=Track2&utm_source=ask
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