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Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Practical Law: NJ Attorney Peter J. Lamont Shows You How to Complete a Summons & Complaint for Filing in the NJ Special Civil Part

Today we review how to complete a summons and complaint for filing with the Special Civil Part of the NJ Superior Court.  Below is a link to download the forms discussed in the video.


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