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 Cross-claim

 

 United States District Court
 District of Colorado

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 Timing

Asserted With Answer

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Amendment of Answer to Assert Omitted Cross-Claim

The court may permit amendment of an answer to allow the assertion of an omitted crossclaim. . more...

Calculating the Due Date or Deadline Pursuant to the FRCP

Under amended FRCP 6(a)(1), all deadlines stated in days, no matter the length of the period, are computed more...

When determining the last day of a filing period stated in days, a day on which the clerk's more...

The end of the last day of a period is defined as midnight in the court's time zone more...

In determining what is the "next" day, one must continue counting in the same direction - that is, more...

Legal holidays are set forth and defined at Rule 6(a)(6). . more...

 Crossclaim Rules

Crossclaim Against Coparty

A pleading may state as a crossclaim any claim by one party against a coparty if the claim more...

Joinder

Rules 19 and 20 govern the addition of a person as a party to a counterclaim or crossclaim. more...

 Pleading Rules

Statement of Jurisdiction

A pleading that states a claim for relief must contain a short and plain statement of the grounds more...

Statement of Claim for Relief

Each claim for relief must contain a "short and plain" statement of the claim showing that the pleader more...

Each allegation must be simple, concise, and direct. No technical form is required. . more...

Statement of Claims and Defenses

Paragraphs, Separate Statements

A party must state its claims or defenses in numbered paragraphs, each limited as far as practicable to more...

Adoption By Reference, Exhibits

A statement in a pleading may be adopted by reference elsewhere in the same pleading or in any more...

Separate Counts

A party must state its claims or defenses in numbered paragraphs, each limited as far as practicable to more...

Alternative and Inconsistent Claims

Each allegation must be simple, concise, and direct. No technical form is required. more...

Alternative Statements of a Claim or Defense

A party may set out 2 or more statements of a claim or defense alternatively or hypothetically, either more...

Inconsistent Claims or Defenses

A party may state as many separate claims or defenses as it has, regardless of consistency. . more...

Construing Pleadings

Pleadings must be construed so as to do justice. . more...

Capacity and Authority

Except when required to show that the court has jurisdiction, a pleading need not allege: more...

A party s capacity to sue or be sued; more...

A party s authority to sue or be sued in a representative capacity; or more...

The legal existence of an organized association of persons that is made a party. . more...

Raising Those Issues

To raise any of those issues, a party must do so by a specific denial, which must state more...

Heightened Pleading Requirements

Rule 9 imposes heightened pleading requirements for, among other things, averments regarding fraud, conditions precedent, and special damages. more...

Actions Challenging The Constitutionality of a Statute

There are special notice and certification procedures for actions that challenge the constitutionality of a statute.(Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 5.1 implements 28 U.S.C. Section 2403 and replaces the former final three sentences more...

Prayer For Relief

A pleading that states a claim for relief must contain a demand for the relief sought, which may more...

Jury Demand

On any issue triable of right by a jury, a party may demand a jury trial by: more...

Serving the other parties with a written demand which may be included in a pleading no later more...

Filing the demand in accordance with Rule 5. . more...

District of Colorado SmartRules procedural guide: JURY DEMAND. more...

Local Rule--Claim of Unconstitutionality

Act of Congress--File Notice With Court

A party who questions the constitutionality of an Act of Congress in an action where neither the Former D. Colo. Civ. Rule 24.1 (deleted eff 12/1/13). more...

Act of Congress--Serve Notice on U.S. Attorney General

The party raising such question shall serve a copy of this written notice on the United States Former D. Colo. Civ. Rule 24.1 (deleted eff 12/1/13). more...

State Statute--File Notice With Court

A party who questions the constitutionality of a state statute in an action where neither that state Former D. Colo. Civ. Rule 24.1 (deleted eff 12/1/13). more...

State Statute--Serve Notice on Colorado Attorney General

The party raising such question shall serve a copy of this written notice on the attorney general Former D. Colo. Civ. Rule 24.1 (deleted eff 12/1/13). more...

 Form and Format of Papers

Caption

Every pleading must have a caption with the court's name, a title, a file number, and a Rule more...

Signature

Every pleading, written motion, and other paper must be signed by at least one attorney of record in more...

Additional Requirements

District of Colorado SmartRules Guide: GENERAL RULES AND FORMATTING REQUIREMENTS. more...

 Additional Documents

Summons

With respect to any party who has not yet appeared in the action, a completed summons must be more...

Disclosure Statement

File With First Appearance

A party must file a disclosure statement with its first appearance, pleading, petition, motion, response, or other request more...

Supplemental Filing

A party must promptly file a supplemental disclosure statement if any required information changes. . more...

Contents

A nongovernmental corporate party must file 2 copies of a disclosure statement that identifies any parent corporation and more...

Local Rules Re Additional Documents

Notice of Related Cases

A party to a case must file a notice identifying all cases pending in this or any

Related cases are cases that have at least one party in common and that have common questions

.

Disclosure Statement--Who Must File

Any nongovernmental corporate party or other legal entity to a proceeding in a district court must file D. Colo. Civ. Rule 7.4 (deleted effective 12/1/13). more...

Disclosure Statement--Time for Filing

A party must file the disclosure statement upon its first appearance, pleading, petition, motion, response, or other request D. Colo. Civ. Rule 7.4 (deleted effective 12/1/13). more...

Disclosure Statement--Supplemental Filing

A party must promptly file a supplemental disclosure statement upon any change in the information that the statement D. Colo. Civ. Rule 7.4 (deleted effective 12/1/13). more...

Notice of Related Cases--Who Must File

A party to a case must file a notice identifying all cases pending in this or any other more...

Notice of Related Cases - No Special Assignment

Under this rule, no party may seek special assignment, reassignment, or transfer of a related case from

Notice of Related Cases--Related Cases

Related cases are cases that have at least one party in common and that have common questions of law more...

Notice of Related Cases--Time for Filing

A party shall file the required notice at the time of its first appearance or at the time more...

Notice of Related Cases--Supplemental Filing

A party shall file promptly a supplemental notice of any change in the information required under this rule. more...

Notice of Related Cases--Notice to Judicial Officers

The notice of a related case shall be provided by the clerk to all judicial officers to Former D. Colo. Civ. Rule 7.5(d) (deleted eff 12/1/13). more...

Notice of Related Cases--Procedure of Notice

On notice of a related case, the judicial officers to whom the related cases are assigned shall confer more...

Unrepresented Parties and Prisoner Pleadings

Additional requirements apply to pro se and prisoner pleadings. D. Colo. Civ. R. 8.1 (amended eff 12/1/13). more...

Other Documents

The court may supply additional documents that must be served with the Cross-claim. more...

 FILING AND SERVICE

Local Rules Re Filing and Service

Electronic Filing

Each pleading and document filed in a civil action shall be formatted and filed electronically as prescribed

Electronic Service

The Notice of Electronic Filing (NEF) generated by CM/ECF constitutes a certificate of service. (amended eff 12/1/13).

Non-Electronic Service on the Date of Filing

If a paper is filed, but service is not made by electronic means, service must be made .

Facsimile Filing

Facsimile filing is no longer permitted. more...

More Detailed Information

For more information regarding filing District of Colorado SmartRules Guide: FILING DOCUMENTS. more...

Other Filing and Service Rules

File Within a Reasonable Time, With Certificate of Service

A crossclaim must be filed with the court within a reasonable time after service, together with proof of more...

Service Required

Cross-claims must be served on all parties to the action. .Service may be made by mail or personal delivery, or, with consent of the party being served, by more...

Parties Who Have Not Yet Appeared

As to any party who has not yet appeared in the action, the cross-claim and summons must be more...

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