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Summons Violation Of Court Order {GF-7a}

This is a New York form that can be used for General within Statewide, Family Court.

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F.C.A. §§156, 453, 548, 846, 1071, 1072 General Form 7a (Summons - Violation of Court Order) 8/2002 FAMILY COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK COUNTY OF ....................................................................................... In the Matter of a Proceeding under Article of the Family Court Act Docket No. SUMMONS (Violation of Court Order) Petitioner, -againstRespondent. .................................................................................... NOTICE: YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR IN COURT MAY RESULT IN YOUR IMMEDIATE ARREST. YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO BE REPRESENTED BY A LAWYER. IF YOU CANNOT AFFORD A PRIVATE LAWYER, YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO ASK THE JUDGE TO ASSIGN A LAWYER. IF, AFTER A HEARING THE JUDGE FINDS THAT YOU WILLFULLY FAILED TO OBEY THE ORDER, YOU MAY BE IMPRISONED FOR A TERM NOT TO EXCEED SIX MONTHS FOR CONTEMPT OF COURT IN THE NAME OF THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK TO THE ABOVE-NAMED Q Petitioner Q Respondent: WHO RESIDES OR IS FOUND AT [specify]: A petition having been filed in this Court, a copy of which is annexed, alleging that you have failed to obey the order of this Court, dated [specify]: , issued by this Court under Article of the Family Court Act, YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear before this Court at [specify address]: , New York, on [specify date]: , at [specify time]: to answer the petition and show cause why you should not be dealt with in of the Family Court Act. accordance with Section BY ORDER OF THE COURT ___________________________ Clerk of the Court Dated: , . NOTICE: Family Court Act §154(c) provides that petitions brought pursuant to Articles 4, 5, 6, 8 and 10 of the Family Court Act, in which an order of protection is sought or in which a violation of an order of protection is alleged, may be served outside the State of New York upon a Respondent who is not a resident or domiciliary of the State of New York. If no other grounds for obtaining personal jurisdiction over the Respondent exist aside from the application of this provision, the exercise of personal jurisdiction over the Respondent is limited to the issue of the request for, or alleged violation of, the order of protection. Where the Respondent has been served with this summons and petition and does not appear, the Family Court may proceed to a hearing with respect to issuance or enforcement of the order of protection. American LegalNet, Inc. www.USCourtForms.com

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