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Request To Set CCF-2 - North Carolina

Request To Set Form. This is a North Carolina form and can be used in Mecklenburg (District 26) Local County .
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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE COUNTY OF MECKLENBURG ________________ COURT DIVISION CASE NUMBER ____________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ Plaintiff(s) vs. REQUEST TO SET __________________________________ __________________________________ Defendant(s) ........................................................................................................................................... 1. It is requested that the above captioned q Jury q Non Jury case be set for trial. 2. I estimate that the length of trial will be _____ days. 3. I certify that in the above captioned case: q All issues have been joined. q All discovery will be complete prior to trial. q I know of no parties or witnesses that will not be available for trial. q The case is ready for trial and counsel is prepared to proceeed. q The case is entitled to a preferential setting in accordance with N.C.G. S. _____________. 4. Opposing counsel and I have confered and agreed that the following dates are satisfactory: a. _______________ b. _______________ c. _______________ d. _______________ 5. Opposing counsel and I have not conferred and agreed, but the following dates are satisfactory to me: a. _______________ b. _______________ c. _______________ d. _______________ _____________________________________ ________________ Attorney for: q Plaintiff q Defendant Date Copy to: _____________________________________ Attorney for: q Plaintiff q Defendant Form CCF-2
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