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I assume that is from a summons or lawsuit that you were served.
It means you have to file an Answer and appear at a hearing in which someone, I assume you brother, is requesting that the court issue an injunction against you for something.
I don't see in those facts where it says what your brother is requesting that the court order you to do or not to do.
He dosen't want to leave my house, so in other words i have to give him a letter or something sating why he needs to leave my house.
No, you give it to the court. You file an Answer, which is a specific legal document, and then appear at the hearing.
ok, I may sound dumb but it states i have to had it to him or her in hand
You have to give a copy to him but you file the original with the court.
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