Form 11641 "Supreme Court Emergent Matter Intake Form" - New Jersey

What Is Form 11641?

This is a legal form that was released by the Supreme Court of New Jersey - a government authority operating within New Jersey. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

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  • Released on September 4, 2014;
  • The latest edition provided by the Supreme Court of New Jersey;
  • Easy to use and ready to print;
  • Quick to customize;
  • Compatible with most PDF-viewing applications;
  • Fill out the form in our online filing application.

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Supreme Court Emergent Matter Intake Form
Please note that pursuant to Rule 2:9-8, applicants must contact the Supreme Court Clerk’s
Office before submitting this form. Applicants should review this form and the
Supreme Court
prior to calling the Clerk’s Office. Completion of this form does
Guidelines for Emergent Matters
not constitute the filing of a motion or petition for certification. This form is designed to assist the
Court with the provision of further instructions and the consideration of temporary relief pending
disposition of a motion or petition. No response may be filed without the Court’s permission.
General Information
Person completing this form:
Date form was completed:
Applicant Information
Name of applicant:
Applicant’s attorney (or “pro se”):
Telephone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Case Information
Title of case:
Appellate Division docket #:
Supreme Court docket #:
Case type (brief description)*:
(*e.g., bail, landlord-tenant, foreclosure, family court, etc.)
Nature of Relief Requested on Emergent Basis
1. Briefly describe the emergent relief you requested from the Appellate Division and attach a copy of
its order or disposition. If that court denied your Application for Permission to File Emergent Motion,
include a copy of that Application and any attachments provided to the Appellate Division, including
the trial court or agency order. No other documents may be submitted unless requested by the Court.
(If the Appellate Division accepted briefs and filed an order, further instructions will be provided.)
2. Briefly state the emergent relief you are seeking from the Supreme Court (“same as above” if applicable):
3. You must simultaneously serve a copy of this form and attachments on all other attorneys/pro se parties
and the trial judge or agency. Have you served them all?
Yes or
No.
Revised: 09/04/2014, CN: 11641
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Save
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Supreme Court Emergent Matter Intake Form
Please note that pursuant to Rule 2:9-8, applicants must contact the Supreme Court Clerk’s
Office before submitting this form. Applicants should review this form and the
Supreme Court
prior to calling the Clerk’s Office. Completion of this form does
Guidelines for Emergent Matters
not constitute the filing of a motion or petition for certification. This form is designed to assist the
Court with the provision of further instructions and the consideration of temporary relief pending
disposition of a motion or petition. No response may be filed without the Court’s permission.
General Information
Person completing this form:
Date form was completed:
Applicant Information
Name of applicant:
Applicant’s attorney (or “pro se”):
Telephone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Case Information
Title of case:
Appellate Division docket #:
Supreme Court docket #:
Case type (brief description)*:
(*e.g., bail, landlord-tenant, foreclosure, family court, etc.)
Nature of Relief Requested on Emergent Basis
1. Briefly describe the emergent relief you requested from the Appellate Division and attach a copy of
its order or disposition. If that court denied your Application for Permission to File Emergent Motion,
include a copy of that Application and any attachments provided to the Appellate Division, including
the trial court or agency order. No other documents may be submitted unless requested by the Court.
(If the Appellate Division accepted briefs and filed an order, further instructions will be provided.)
2. Briefly state the emergent relief you are seeking from the Supreme Court (“same as above” if applicable):
3. You must simultaneously serve a copy of this form and attachments on all other attorneys/pro se parties
and the trial judge or agency. Have you served them all?
Yes or
No.
Revised: 09/04/2014, CN: 11641
page 1 of 1