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There is no such legal principle as the "12 bars of law," I do not know where you heard this term, but it is not one used or recognized in US law or under OH law. The laws in OH are based on the common law which comes from the UK initially, but it is also based on OH statutory law primarily now.
If you filed a suit and the defendant has not responded, you now have to file a motion for default judgment for failure to answer the suit. Here is a sample of the motion for default, but you must modify it to reflect the correct county and court you have your suit filed in. (Copy and paste the link to your browser, do not click on it): http://lawlibrary.franklincountyohio.gov/assets/forms/civil/Motion-Default-Judgment-56.pdf
When you file the default motion, you must send a copy to the defendant and they have an opportunity to respond. If they fail to respond, the court would award you judgment by default.
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