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DEFAULT JUDGEMENT FORM 11B. On the Default Judgement (FORM 11B) change your FORM STATUS by clicking once on the white box. A dropdown menu will appear.

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1 DEFAULT JUDGEMENT FORM 11B

2 On the Default Judgement (FORM 11B) change your FORM STATUS by clicking once on the white box. A dropdown menu will appear. Select ‘Active’ from the list, which means you are currently working on the document. Once you have completed the data entry at the end of this process, you’ll change the status to ‘Done’. If you would like more information about the FORM STATUS move your cursor over the red help prompt in Column ‘F5’. Form Status COMPLETING THE FORM

3 Update COMPLETING THE FORM In order to transfer your information from the 07A form, hit the ‘Update’ button. The information can only be updated if the status on your 07A form is set to ‘Done’.

4 In this Default Judgement form, there are two options in Row 6 which indicate the type of judgement being processed: ‘Default’ or ‘Adjudicated’. If it is a ‘Default Judgement’, the information will be updated from your 07A form. If it is ‘Adjudicated’ and has already been adjudicated by a regulatory body, you must fill in all the required information. Choose the one that applies to your judgement. Default or Adjudicated? COMPLETING THE FORM

5 Page 1 COMPLETING THE FORM Page 1: Fill in all the information required for the plaintiff and defendant. If there are any additional plaintiffs or defendants, the Additional Parties 01A form must be filled. You can access this form by clicking on the blue Goto01A hyperlink.

6 Take notice: COMPLETING THE FORM Rows 66-88: If there is a dropdown menu, mark an ‘X’ for the specifics that apply to you. If there is no dropdown menu, type in the required information. Either calculate the pre-judgment interest manually, or click on the Goto07A hyperlink, and use the pre-judgement interest calculator on the 07A form.

7 Update Debtor COMPLETING THE FORM There are 3 drop down boxes in E74, E79, and E84. They each will contain a list of your defendants/debtors. Scroll all the way up to the top in the drop box to view your list. These names in this list will also be from the 01A Additional Parties form. Select the name of your defendant for Defendant No 1. in E74. Click on the Update Debtor button, and that defendant’s information will be transferred to rows The same instructions apply to drop down boxes E79 and E84 which correspond to Defendant No. 2 and Defendant No.3.

8 Update Debtor COMPLETING THE FORM Select the name of your defendant for Defendant No 1. in E74. Click on the Update Debtor button, and that defendant’s information will be transferred to rows The same instructions apply to drop down boxes E79 and E84 which correspond to Defendant No. 2 and Defendant No.3.

9 COSTS COMPLETING THE FORM Rows : Click on the View Costs hyperlink in D101. It will take you to a table sheet of your itemized cost. This table sheet can be modified.

10 COSTS COMPLETING THE FORM Scroll down to row 1004 to access the costs table sheet. Here, you may itemize your costs for pre-judgement, post judgement, and other costs such as administrative fees. The total will be calculated on the 11B form. To return back to the 11B form, click on the Return to 11B hyperlink. To return back to the 20P form, where you have a post-judgment interest calculator, click on the Return to 20P hyperlink. When you calculate your post-judgment interest on the 20P form, it will automatically appear in C103 on your 11B form.

11 Form Status COMPLETING THE FORM Once you have finished filling out the 11B form, review the information and make sure it is correct. Scroll up to the top of the form and change the form status to ‘Done’.

12 Generate & Merge COMPLETING THE FORM Click on the Generate & Merge button and the form will be generated into a Word document that opens up automatically in M-S Word.

13 A pop-up dialogue box will appear, prompting you to run an SQL script. Click ‘Yes’ to continue. SQL Script COMPLETING THE FORM

14 1.Two Word documents will appear. ‘Form Letters 1’ is the document you need. Behind it is the merge document SCR_11B, which you do not need. Please close the merge document without changing it. 2.Review the ‘Form Letters 1’ document carefully to see if all your information has been generated correctly. If you wish, use Save As to save the output where you want to store it. 3.Print as many copies as you need of the document. You can now bring these along with you to the Small Claims Court. To see visual examples, see next few slides. Generating the Word Document COMPLETING THE FORM

15 Generating the Word Document Review info in ‘Form Letters 1’. You may save this document using the ‘Save As’ function. Print as many copies as you need. Close immediately, do not save. Form Letters 1 Merge Document (SCR_11B) COMPLETING THE FORM


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