What is Form FL-300?
Form FL-300 is known as the Notice of Hearing. It is an official document the main purpose of which is to invoke all parties for hearing the motion. It may be emitted by one of the parties. Generally the document includes the date and the time for the clerk of the court to amend the schedule. Form may be found right on our site and completed online. Use all editing and signing tools you need and send the form to whom it may concern.
What is the Purpose of Form FL-300?
Any hearing can be officially and legally held without providing the Notice of Hearing to all parties. According to the notice, all parties must be present on the motion. The document must be sent to all parties, including the clerk, defendant and plaintiff, notifying them about the time and date.
When in Form FL-300 Due?
The Notice of Hearing is due by the date indicated on the document. Frequently it is the date when the motion is going to take place.
Is Form FL-300 Accompanied by Other Documents?
There are several forms that may be required to file along with the Notice of Hearing. They are the following:
- Form FL-158;
- Form MC-410;
- Form FL-305;
- Form FL-311;
- Some support documents.
What Information do I Include in Form FL-300?
The document consists of four pages. First of all, provide the information about the court: its address and branch name. Indicate the name, full address, telephone number and the e-mail address of the attorney. The main information in the form is the time and the date of hearing. It must also include the court order, request for order, details about the petitioner and the respondent.
Where do I Send Form FL-300 after Completing It?
The Notice of Hearing must be sent to the parties that are going to attend the motion.