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Civil Procedure

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What does Rule 3 govern? a) There is one form of action- civil action b) A civil action is commenced by filing a complaint with the court c) Scope and purpose of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure d) Failure to waive a summons b) Commencing an Action; a civil action is c
What does Rule 4 govern? a) Filing with the court b) Summons c) Serving other process d) Disposition b) Summons
What does Rule 5 govern? a) Discovery b) Disputing a Summons c) Joinder d) Serving and filing pleadings and other papers d) Serving and filing pleadings and other papers
What does Rule 6 govern? a) Computing and extending time; time for motion papers b) Privacy protection for filings made in court c) Serving notification to defendant d) pleadings allowed and how to process them a) computing and extending time; time for motion papers
What does Rule 7 govern? a) Filing with the court b) Defenses and objections: When and how presented c) Form of pleadings d) Pleadings allowed; Form of motions and other papers d) Pleading allowed; form of motions and other papers
What does Rule 8 govern? a) Filing with the court b) disclosure statement c) Serving other process d) General rules of pleading d) general rules of pleading
What does Rule 9 govern? a) Filing with the court b) pleading special matters c) Serving other process d) Disposition b) pleading special matters
What does Rule 10 govern? a) Filing with the court b) Form of pleadings c) Serving other process d) pleading special matters b) form of pleadings
What does Rule 11 govern? a) Filing with the court b) signing pleadings, motions and other papers; representations to the court; c) Serving other process d) Defenses and objections: When and how presented; motion for judgement on the pleadings b) signing pleadings, motions, and other papers; representations to the court; sanctions
What does Rule 12 govern? a) Filing with the court b) Summons c) Serving other process d) Disposition
What does Rule 15 govern? a) Filing with the court b) Summons c) Serving other process d) Disposition
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