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Massachusetts Trial Court Cover sheet

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I need to file some papers in a county supreme court in Massachusetts. I was told I need to include a cover sheet. When I asked about it, they told me to use the Massachusetts trial court cover sheet template. Does anyone know what that is or where I can find the layout?

Thanks
 


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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by dr:
I need to file some papers in a county supreme court in Massachusetts. I was told I need to include a cover sheet. When I asked about it, they told me to use the Massachusetts trial court cover sheet template. Does anyone know what that is or where I can find the layout?

Thanks
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My response:

Gee, and I thought California was the only State that used those stupid forms. The cover sheet is used by the court for "Statistical Purposes." Anyway, go to your nearest courthouse, walk up to the clerk's window and say, "May I please have a cover sheet?" He or she will say, "Sure, now fork over a dime."

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