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231 Pa. Code Rule 2962. Confession of Judgment Where Action Commenced by Complaint. Form.

FORMS


Rule 2962. Confession of Judgment Where Action Commenced by Complaint. Form.

 The confession of judgment required by Rule 2955 shall be substantially in the following form:

[CAPTION]


 Pursuant to the authority contained in the warrant of attorney, the original or a copy of which is attached to the complaint filed in this action, I appear for the defendant(s) and confess judgment in favor of the plaintiff(s) and against defendant(s) as follows: *(Principal) *(Penal) Sum…$


Other authorized items:
…$

    (Specify) **Interest…$

**Attorney fees…$

   *Strike out inapplicable item.

   **Interest and attorney fees may be included only if authorized by the warrant.

 





ATTORNEY FOR DEFENDANT(S)

Source

   The provisions of this Rule 2962 amended April 1, 1996, effective July 1, 1996, 26 Pa.B. 1806; amended December 29, 2008, effective immediately, 39 Pa.B. 304. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (306116).



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