What is the procedure for filing in propria persona and what paperwork do you have to file?
01/09/2007 - Courts - State: PA #272
When being sued in Court of Common Pleas, what is the procedure for filing in propria persona and what paperwork do you have to file? Do you have to be in court?
A Motion to Proceed in propria persona must be filed. In propria persona (often abbreviated in pro per) describes someone who is representing himself or herself in a lawsuit rather than being represented by a lawyer. In Federal courts, the term pro se is used. You do not have to be in court to file the motion, but may have to be present for the hearing on the motion.
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01/09/2007 - Category: Courts - State: PA #272
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