"Response to Complaint and Request for Mediation" - Maine

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STATE OF MAINE
DISTRICT / SUPERIOR COURT
Location:
Docket No._____________________
__________________________________
Plaintiff
RESPONSE TO COMPLAINT
v.
AND
REQUEST FOR MEDIATION
__________________________________
Defendant
Important Notice to Homeowner
A foreclosure case has been filed against you in court. You will probably lose your home if you
do not file a written Response within 20 days. You can use this form as your Response. Just
fill out this form and return it to the court in the enclosed envelope so that the court receives it
before the 20-day deadline. Mail a copy to the lender’s lawyer. You can attach additional sheets
if this form does not give you enough space.
1. Your Response
To protect your rights in this case, you must file a response. You can file a response by
checking the box below and filling in your address.
I live at and own the building at
. I believe
there are good reasons I should not lose my home to foreclosure. I deny at least some of the
lender’s statements in the foreclosure complaint. I assert all affirmative defenses that apply to my
case.
2. Your Right to Mediation
You have the right to meet with your lender and a neutral third party. This free meeting
gives you the chance to talk about how you might avoid foreclosure – before a judge hears your
case. This is called a “mediation” meeting. At the meeting a neutral court mediator will help you
and the lender try to come to an agreement. The mediator will not force you to accept an
agreement.
Please return this form to the court. You will hear from the clerk about mediation.
(Your Signature)
(Your Name, Printed)
MAILING ADDRESS
LIVING ADDRESS
(Mailing Address)
(Living Address)
(City, State, Zip)
(City, State, Zip)
(Phone Number)
(Phone Number)
STATE OF MAINE
DISTRICT / SUPERIOR COURT
Location:
Docket No._____________________
__________________________________
Plaintiff
RESPONSE TO COMPLAINT
v.
AND
REQUEST FOR MEDIATION
__________________________________
Defendant
Important Notice to Homeowner
A foreclosure case has been filed against you in court. You will probably lose your home if you
do not file a written Response within 20 days. You can use this form as your Response. Just
fill out this form and return it to the court in the enclosed envelope so that the court receives it
before the 20-day deadline. Mail a copy to the lender’s lawyer. You can attach additional sheets
if this form does not give you enough space.
1. Your Response
To protect your rights in this case, you must file a response. You can file a response by
checking the box below and filling in your address.
I live at and own the building at
. I believe
there are good reasons I should not lose my home to foreclosure. I deny at least some of the
lender’s statements in the foreclosure complaint. I assert all affirmative defenses that apply to my
case.
2. Your Right to Mediation
You have the right to meet with your lender and a neutral third party. This free meeting
gives you the chance to talk about how you might avoid foreclosure – before a judge hears your
case. This is called a “mediation” meeting. At the meeting a neutral court mediator will help you
and the lender try to come to an agreement. The mediator will not force you to accept an
agreement.
Please return this form to the court. You will hear from the clerk about mediation.
(Your Signature)
(Your Name, Printed)
MAILING ADDRESS
LIVING ADDRESS
(Mailing Address)
(Living Address)
(City, State, Zip)
(City, State, Zip)
(Phone Number)
(Phone Number)