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231 Pa. Code Rule 1095. The Complaint.

Rule 1095. The Complaint.

 The plaintiff shall set forth in the complaint:

   (1)  the name and description of the plaintiff and defendant;

   (2)  the facts upon which plaintiff relies for the relief sought;

   (3)  the act or duty the defendant is required to perform and the refusal to perform it;

   (4)  the interest of the plaintiff in the result;

   (5)  the damages, if any;

   (6)  the want of any other adequate remedy at law;

   (7)  a prayer for the entry of a judgment against the defendant commanding that the defendant perform the act or duty required to be performed and for damages, if any, and costs.


   The provisions of this Rule 1095 adopted June 25, 1946, effective January 1, 1947; amended April 12, 1999, effective July 1, 1999, 29 Pa.B. 2266. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (212330).

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