I have received a summons to debtor notice where it states that if I want to oppose the making of an order of adjudication I must file a notice of opposition in form B6.I would like to know what a form B6 is and where I can obtain the form.
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This is a reference to a form in the High Court Rules. The rules can be found athttp://www.legislation.govt.nz/act/public/1908/0089/latest/DLM159063.html?search=qs_act%40bill%40regulation%40deemedreg_High+Court+Rules_resel_25_h&p=1
This is a list of the forms and you will see B6 is is there. When you prepare the form, use the front sheet that is on the documents given to you. look at the summons, and substitute notice of opposition in the middle band, and where the lawyers name is XXX XXX at the bottom, put your own details. You should also file an affidavit in support which describes why you oppose.
Hi. Thanks for your reply. I will read the information on the link but just want to ask you if my reply has to go to the High Court as well as the plaintiff or just the plaintiff?
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