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How Much Time Do You Have to Issue a Summons in New Jersey?

How much time do you have to issue a Summons in New Jersey? Once you have filed a complaint with the court in New Jersey you have 15 days to issue a summons from the date of the Track Assignment Notice. If you fail to do so your action may be dismissed. The summons must be served together with a copy of the complaint to the defendant, namely the person you are suing. Who can serve the Summons and Complaint? The summons and the complaint cannot be served by a person who has a direct interest in the litigation. Only your attorney, an attorney’s agent, a person specially appointed by the court for that person or a competent adult who doesn’t have an interest in the litigation can process the s

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