This is a legal form that was released by the Hawaii District Courts - a government authority operating within Hawaii. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.
Q: What is a Form 2DC17?
A: Form 2DC17 is the official name of a legal document used in Hawaii.
Q: What is an Ex Parte Motion for Default Judgment?
A: An Ex Parte Motion for Default Judgment is a request made to the court to enter a judgment against a party who has failed to respond or appear in a case.
Q: What is a Declaration?
A: A Declaration is a written statement made under penalty of perjury, usually used to provide factual information or support a motion.
Q: What are Exhibits?
A: Exhibits are attached documents that are submitted as evidence or supporting materials in a legal case.
Q: What is an Affidavit of Counsel Re: Attorney's Fees?
A: An Affidavit of Counsel Re: Attorney's Fees is a sworn statement by an attorney detailing the services rendered and the fees charged in a case.
Q: What is an Order Granting Ex Parte Motion for Default Judgment?
A: An Order Granting Ex Parte Motion for Default Judgment is a court document issued by a judge, approving the motion and officially granting a default judgment.
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