Writ of Summons

What is a Writ of Summons?
A summons is a legal document issued by a court addressed to a defendant in a legal proceeding. Typically, a summons will announce to the person to whom it is directed that a legal proceeding has been started against them, a file has been started in the court records and it announces a date by which the defendant(s) must either appear in court, or respond in writing to the court or the opposing party or parties.

Letters of Writ of Summons To Appear in Court

People are summoned to court for a variety of reasons. You may only be one of the many. Examples are

  • Inability to pay the installments on your sofa
  • Contractors demanding payment for the kitchen cabinet
  • Town council bills Water and electricity bills
  • And many others

If you are facing any of the above scenarios, you are welcome to contact us for a no-obligation consultation.

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