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Summons {166-A}

This is a Illinois form that can be used for General within Local County, Kane.

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Form 166-A (07/18)Page 1 of 2Case No. Plaintiff(s) Defendant(s) File Stamp SERVE: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT KANE COUNTY, ILLINOISAmount ClaimedPltf. AttyAtty. Registration No.AddressCity, State and ZipAdd. Pltf. AttyAtty. Registration No.AddressCity, State and ZipSUMMONSTo the above named defendant(s):judgment by default may be entered against you for the relief asked in the complaint.You are hereby summoned and required to file an answer in this case or otherwise file your appearance, in the Office ofthe Clerk of this Court, within 30 days after service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service. If you fail to do so,judgment or decree by default may be taken against you for the relief prayed in the complaint.You are further Notified that a dissolution action stay is in full force and effect upon service of this summons. TheConditions of stay are set forth on page two (2) of this summons, and are applicable to the parties as set forth in the statute.TO THE SHERIFF OR OTHER PROCESS SERVER:This summons must be returned by the officer or other person to whom it was given for service, with endorsement of service andfees, if any, immediately after service. In the event that paragraph A of this summons is applicable, this summons may not be servedless than three days before the day for appearance. If service cannot be made, this summons shall be returned so endorsed.This summons may not be served later than 30 days after its date if paragraph B is applicable.DATE OF SERVICE(To be inserted by process server on copy left with the defendant or other person)WITNESS,Name:Address:City, State & Zip:A.B.C.You are hereby summoned and required to appear before this court in roomof theClerk of Court(date)to answer the complaint in this case, a copy of which is hereto attached. If you fail to do so, aatm. on Attorney E-mail: Attorney E-mail: E-filing is now mandatory for documents in civil cases with limited exemptions. To efile, you must first create an accountD.with an e-filing service provider. Visit http://efile.illinoiscourts.gov/service-providers.htm to learn more and to select a serviceprovider. If you need additional help or have trouble e-filing, visit http://www.illinoiscourts.gov/FAQ/gethelp.asp . American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com ByI certify that I served this summons on defendants as follows:(a) - (Individual defendants - personal)By leaving a copy and a copy of the complaint with each individual defendant personally, as follows:Name of DefendantPlace of ServiceName of DefendantPerson with whom leftDate of serviceDefendant corporationRegistered agent officer or agent(d) - (Other service):SignatureSheriff ofCounty, Deputy(See Order of Appointment in file)SERVICE FEESService and return$Miles Total$ Form 166-A (07/18)Page 2 of 2SUMMONS (CONT.)Case No.(b) - (Individual defendants - abode):By leaving a copy and a copy of the complaint at the usual place of abode of each individual defendant with a person of his/herfamily, of the age of 13 years or upwards, informing that person of the contents of the summons, and also by sending a copy of thesummons and of the complaint in a sealed envelope with postage fully prepaid, addressed to each individual defendant at his/her usualplace of abode, as follows:(c) - (Corporation defendants):By leaving a copy and a copy of the complaint with the registered agent officer, or agent of each defendant corporation, as follows:Date of serviceDate of serviceDate of mailingCounty Special Process Server Sheriff of Special Process Server American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com In a civil action for money (excess of $15,000) in which the summons requires your appearance on a specified day, youmay enter your appearance as follows:1.You may enter your appearance prior to the time specified in the summons by filing a written appearance, answer ormotion in person or by attorney to the Office of the Kane County Circuit Clerk, 540 S. Randall Rd., St. Charles, IL 60174.2.You may enter your appearance at the time and place specified in the summons by making your presence known tothe Judge when your case is called.In either event YOU MUST APPEAR IN PERSON OR BY ATTORNEY at the time and place specified in the summonsor a default Judgment will be entered against you.When you appear in Court, the Judge will require you to enter your appearance in writing, if you have not already doneso. Your written appearance, answer, or motion shall state with particularity the address where service of notice or papersmay be made upon you or an attorney representing you.Your case will be heard on the date set forth in the summons unless otherwise ordered by the Court. Only the Court canmake this exception. Do not call upon the Circuit Court Clerk or the Sheriff's Office if you feel you will be unable to be present at the time and place specified. Continuances can be granted only on the day set forth in the summons, and thenonly for good cause shown. You, or someone representing you, MUST APPEAR IN PERSON at the specified time andplace and make such a request.If you owe and desire to pay the claim of the plaintiff before the return date on the summons, notify the plaintiff or his/herattorney if you desire to do so. Request that he/she appear at the time specified and ask for the dismissal of the suitagainst you. Do not make such a request of the Circuit Court Clerk or the Sheriff, as only the Judge can dismiss a case,and then only with a proper court order which must be entered in open Court. CONDITIONS OF DISSOLUTION ACTION STAY750 ILCS 5/501.1Chapter 40, paragraph 501.1, Illinois Revised StatutesNOTICE TO DEFENDANTS - Pursuant to Supreme Court Rule(a)Upon service of a summons and petition or praecipe filed under the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution ofMarriage Act or upon the filing of the respondent's appearance in the proceeding, whichever first occurs, adissolution action stay shall be in effect against both parties and their agents and employees, without bond or further notice, until a final judgment is entered, the proceeding is dismissed, or until further order ofthe court:(1)restraining both parties from physically abusing, harassing, intimidating, striking, or interfering with thepersonal liberty of the other party or the minor children of either party; and(2)provided in this subsection (e) does not operate to make unavailable any of the remedies provided in the IllinoisDomestic Violence Act of 1986.restraining both parties from concealing a minor child of either party from the child's other parent. 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