Form Sc-2 "Summons" - Alaska

Form SC-2 is a United States District Court for the District of Alaska form also known as the "Summons". The latest edition of the form was released in October 5, 2005 and is available for digital filing.

Download an up-to-date Form SC-2 in PDF-format down below or look it up on the United States District Court for the District of Alaska Forms website.

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IN THE DISTRICT COURT FOR THE STATE OF ALASKA AT
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Plaintiff(s),
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vs.
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CASE NO.
SC
Defendant(s).
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SUMMONS
TO:
ADDRESS:
The plaintiff has filed a small claims action against you. You are summoned and required to
answer the Complaint which accompanies this Summons. If you do not answer the Complaint,
the court may enter a judgment against you for the amount claimed plus interest and court
costs.
If you elect to continue to use small claims procedures, complete the attached Answer and mail
or deliver it to the District Court at
(address)
(city)
(ZIP)
Your answer must reach the court within 20 days (or 40 days if you were served
with this summons outside the United States) after the day you receive this
Alaska Small Claims Handbook
Summons and Complaint. Please read Chapter III of the
(SC-100) before filling out your answer. You must also inform the court and all other parties in
this case, in writing, of any future changes to your mailing address and telephone number.
If your answer states that you disagree with the plaintiff, the court will set a date for trial of this
case at the above court. You may ask in your answer to have the trial in another court.
The suit the plaintiff filed against you is a civil case. You are not accused of a crime. If you
lose this case, the plaintiff may ask only that the court take some of your wages, money or
property to pay the judgment.
This case has been filed under the rules of small claims procedure.
You may choose to
continue to use small claims procedure or you may elect to use the procedures set forth in Part
Alaska Small Claims Handbook
I of the District Court Rules of Civil Procedure. The
describes
the differences between these two types of procedures.
If you elect Part I of the District Court Rules of Civil Procedure, you must file with the court (1)
a written request for Part I rules and (2) an answer to the complaint. You may not use the
enclosed Answer form for this. The court does not provide forms or other assistance in cases
proceeding under Part I of the District Court Rules of Civil Procedure. You may wish to consult
an attorney if you select Part I procedures.
(SEAL)
Date
Judge/Clerk
SC-2 (10/05)(cs)
Dist. Ct. Civ. R. 11(a);
SUMMONS
Civil R. 4, 5; AS 34.03.340
IN THE DISTRICT COURT FOR THE STATE OF ALASKA AT
)
)
)
Plaintiff(s),
)
)
vs.
)
)
)
)
CASE NO.
SC
Defendant(s).
)
)
SUMMONS
TO:
ADDRESS:
The plaintiff has filed a small claims action against you. You are summoned and required to
answer the Complaint which accompanies this Summons. If you do not answer the Complaint,
the court may enter a judgment against you for the amount claimed plus interest and court
costs.
If you elect to continue to use small claims procedures, complete the attached Answer and mail
or deliver it to the District Court at
(address)
(city)
(ZIP)
Your answer must reach the court within 20 days (or 40 days if you were served
with this summons outside the United States) after the day you receive this
Alaska Small Claims Handbook
Summons and Complaint. Please read Chapter III of the
(SC-100) before filling out your answer. You must also inform the court and all other parties in
this case, in writing, of any future changes to your mailing address and telephone number.
If your answer states that you disagree with the plaintiff, the court will set a date for trial of this
case at the above court. You may ask in your answer to have the trial in another court.
The suit the plaintiff filed against you is a civil case. You are not accused of a crime. If you
lose this case, the plaintiff may ask only that the court take some of your wages, money or
property to pay the judgment.
This case has been filed under the rules of small claims procedure.
You may choose to
continue to use small claims procedure or you may elect to use the procedures set forth in Part
Alaska Small Claims Handbook
I of the District Court Rules of Civil Procedure. The
describes
the differences between these two types of procedures.
If you elect Part I of the District Court Rules of Civil Procedure, you must file with the court (1)
a written request for Part I rules and (2) an answer to the complaint. You may not use the
enclosed Answer form for this. The court does not provide forms or other assistance in cases
proceeding under Part I of the District Court Rules of Civil Procedure. You may wish to consult
an attorney if you select Part I procedures.
(SEAL)
Date
Judge/Clerk
SC-2 (10/05)(cs)
Dist. Ct. Civ. R. 11(a);
SUMMONS
Civil R. 4, 5; AS 34.03.340
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