Form PLD-C-010 Answer - Contract - California

Form PLD-C-010 or the "Answer - Contract" is a form issued by the California Courts.

Download a PDF version of the Form PLD-C-010 down below or find it on the California Courts Forms website.

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PLD-C-010
FOR COURT USE ONLY:
ATTORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY (NAME AND ADDRESS):
TELEPHONE:
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ATTORNEY FOR (NAME):
when finished.
Insert name of court, judicial district or branch court, if any, and post office and street address:
PLAINTIFF:
DEFENDANT:
CASE NUMBER:
ANSWER—Contract
TO COMPLAINT OF (name):
TO CROSS-COMPLAINT (name):
1. This pleading, including attachments and exhibits, consists of the following number of pages:
2. DEFENDANT (name):
answers the complaint or cross-complaint as follows:
3. Check ONLY ONE of the next two boxes:
a.
Defendant generally denies each statement of the complaint or cross-complaint. (Do not check this box if
the verified complaint or cross-complaint demands more than $1,000.)
b.
Defendant admits that all of the statements of the complaint or cross-complaint are true EXCEPT:
(1)
Defendant claims the following statements are false (use paragraph numbers or explain):
Continued on Attachment 3.b.(1).
(2)
Defendant has no information or belief that the following statements are true, so defendant denies them (use
paragraph numbers or explain):
Continued on Attachment 3.b.(2).
If this form is used to answer a cross-complaint, plaintiff means cross-complainant and defendant means cross-defendant.
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Form Approved for Optional Use
ANSWER—Contract
Code of Civil Procedure, § 425.12
Judicial Council of California
www.courtinfo.ca.gov
PLD-C-010 [Rev. January 1, 2007]
PLD-C-010
FOR COURT USE ONLY:
ATTORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY (NAME AND ADDRESS):
TELEPHONE:
To keep other people from
seeing what you entered
on your form, please press
the Clear This Form button
at the end of the form
ATTORNEY FOR (NAME):
when finished.
Insert name of court, judicial district or branch court, if any, and post office and street address:
PLAINTIFF:
DEFENDANT:
CASE NUMBER:
ANSWER—Contract
TO COMPLAINT OF (name):
TO CROSS-COMPLAINT (name):
1. This pleading, including attachments and exhibits, consists of the following number of pages:
2. DEFENDANT (name):
answers the complaint or cross-complaint as follows:
3. Check ONLY ONE of the next two boxes:
a.
Defendant generally denies each statement of the complaint or cross-complaint. (Do not check this box if
the verified complaint or cross-complaint demands more than $1,000.)
b.
Defendant admits that all of the statements of the complaint or cross-complaint are true EXCEPT:
(1)
Defendant claims the following statements are false (use paragraph numbers or explain):
Continued on Attachment 3.b.(1).
(2)
Defendant has no information or belief that the following statements are true, so defendant denies them (use
paragraph numbers or explain):
Continued on Attachment 3.b.(2).
If this form is used to answer a cross-complaint, plaintiff means cross-complainant and defendant means cross-defendant.
Page 1 of 2
Form Approved for Optional Use
ANSWER—Contract
Code of Civil Procedure, § 425.12
Judicial Council of California
www.courtinfo.ca.gov
PLD-C-010 [Rev. January 1, 2007]
PLD-C-010
SHORT TITLE:
CASE NUMBER:
ANSWER—Contract
AFFIRMATIVE DEFENSES Defendant alleges the following additional reasons that plaintiff is not
4.
entitled to recover anything:
Continued on Attachment 4.
5.
Other
6. DEFENDANT PRAYS
a. that plaintiff take nothing.
b.
for costs of suit.
c.
other (specify):
.............................................................................
(Type or print name)
(Signature of party or attorney)
PLD-C - 010 [Rev. January 1, 2007]
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ANSWER—Contract
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