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I took an Answer/Counterclaim document and a Motion to Compel document to the State Court (Georgia) clerk office at the county courthouse. When I handed them to the clerk at the window, he just stamped them in. I asked him if he needed to sign or notarize them and he said "No, they just need to be stamped in." Was he correct? If not, can I be held accountable if the clerk gave me wrong info? Is there some action I need to take on this issue? On the last page this is an example of what I had for the signatures: John Doe being first duly sworn on oath says the facts set forth in the foregoing Answer, Defenses, and Counterclaims are true and correct. Respectfully Submitted, signature John Doe Defendant, Pro Se Sworn to and subscribed before me this 7th day of November, 2016. _____blank___________________________ Clerk of Court
Hi. New here. I hope someone can help. Being sued by Unifund in State Court in Georgia service was attempted, but I've never been served. I sent (certified) a letter to representing law firm asking what this debt was and how they believe it is mine, etc, but never received anything back. Recently received a 'default docket calendar' and will now have to appear before a judge in only a few weeks. I'm not sure what to do at this point. Thank you