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231 Pa. Code Rule 237.2. Agreement to Extend Time to Plead Following Notice of Intention to Enter Judgment. Judgment of Non Pros or by Default.

Rule 237.2. Agreement to Extend Time to Plead Following Notice of Intention to Enter Judgment. Judgment of Non Pros or by Default.

 After the notice of intention to enter judgment required by Rule 237.1 has been given, the parties may agree in writing to extend the time within which to file a complaint, an answer or preliminary objections. The agreement shall be in the form prescribed by Rule 237.6 and shall be signed on behalf of both parties. If the required action is not taken within the time specified in the agreement, judgment of non pros or by default may be entered by the prothonotary without further notice under Rule 237.1.

   Official Note

   Rule 237.1(a)(4) provides that the requirements of notice and certification required by that rule may not be waived.

   

Source

   The provisions of this Rule 237.2 adopted December 2, 1994, effective July 1, 1995, 24 Pa.B. 6259.



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