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Motions to dismiss are sometimes called by various names depending on the state, such as a "demurrer." When Can a Motion to Dismiss be Filed? A motion to dismiss is usually filed at the very begin of the legal process, right after the plaintiff has filed a complaint. Instead of filing an "answer" or response to the plaintiff’s complaint, the.
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Motions to Dismiss essentially test whether the pleadings (complaint) are legally sufficient, and set forth a recognized cause of action in accordance with the Court Rules. Most of the Rules governing a Motion to Dismiss are set forth by Fla.R.Civ.P. 1.140(b).
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(735 ILCS 5/2-619) (from Ch. 110, par. 2-619) sec. 2-619. involuntary dismissal based upon certain defects or defenses. (a) Defendant may, within the time for pleading, file a motion for dismissal of the action or for other appropriate relief upon any of the following grounds.
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Typically, a defendant responds by filing an "answer." However, the defendant could also file a "motion to dismiss." In this document, the defendant will point out some defect in your complaint and ask the judge to dismiss the action. To oppose dismissal, you should research and draft a "motion in opposition."
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A Motion to Dismiss is a request that the court dismiss a complaint that a plaintiff has filed against a defendant. Motions to Dismiss are supported by a defendant’s claim that a complaint is inadequate or improper. To sustain the original complaint, the plaintiff is obliged to respond to a Motion to Dismiss.
A motion to dismiss is a formal request for a court to dismiss a case.
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