19 March 2019 / Process serving Lanai

Writ of Summons Lanai


The Summoning Order is a letter containing a notification to the defendant that he is being sued. The defendant must listen and determine the case that is being appealed. This section is a legal process whereby the defendant is ordered to appear in court on the appointed day to answer the complaint from the plaintiff. Because this summons is a document that marks the start of a lawsuit, this letter must be sent following the legal procedures in force in the court involved. The contents of the message must properly be submitted and have been posted to the defendant by the formality specified. If not, the court does not have the authority to listen to the dispute.

  In federal court, this summons is prepared by a lawyer for the plaintiff and given to the court office where the case will be tried. Usually, when the plaintiff’s complaint has been approved and sent to the defendant, the defendant must respond within twenty days or following court policy. However, in some states, the court allows call and complaint services by sending directly to the accused. In this case, the claim is deemed to begin as soon as the defendant has received the summons. If the defendant ignores the warrant, he will be given sanctions which are usually salaried deductions, bank account freezes, or property confiscations.

  To be able to issue a summons for the Writ of Summons Lanai, the plaintiff must fill out a form that contains:
  1. The signature of the officer under the seal of the court.
  2. Includes the name of the court, names of parties, and date when issued,
  3. Directed to the defendant.
  4. Input the name and address of the plaintiff or plaintiff’s attorney.

  5. The state within which the rules require the defendant to appear and defend, and shall not protect the defendant fails in the complaint.
  6. Contain prohibition against personal delivery of the summons between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. on premises not open to the public, except the judge of the district or circuit courts permits, personal delivery during those hours.

  7. Contents of a warning to the person summoned failure to obey the summons may result in the entry of default and default judgment. When service is made under a statute or rule of court, the warrant or orders instead of summons must correspond as nearly as possible to be required by the law or regulation.