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How to file /record your judgment in Federal District Court for $39 not $150

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  • fastmuscleman
    Step 1. Simply call up your county library (that s what I did, very helpful indeed). & Ask for the phone number for the clerk of Federal District Court (do not
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 2, 2004
      Step 1.
      Simply call up your county library (that's what I did, very helpful
      indeed). & Ask for the phone number for the clerk of Federal District
      Court (do not ask for clerk of District court or county District
      Courts because they are not the correct jurisdiction).

      Step 2.
      After you get the phone number then call the clerk of US or Federal
      District Court & ask how much they charge to file/record your
      document under miscellaneous for? (note: do not ask how much to file
      your judgment for).

      Step 3.
      Ask for their website so you can look up the local court rules for
      your Federal District Court. Whenever you find it says "Reserved" for
      a specific local rule then it means you refer to the FRCP or the
      Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

      Step 4.
      Make sure you type your Court papers with #12 font size with 3 inch
      margin from the top on first page with 1 inch margins on the sides &
      bottom.
      From page 2 onward the margins will need to be 1 inch from top &
      bottom & on both sides of paper.
      Use white computer paper 81/2 by 11 inches with no colored highlights.

      Step 5.
      You can also file/record your court papers by mail.
      Just send in your check with the court papers with instructions to
      file under miscellaneous.

      Step 6.
      No you do not have to pay $150 to file/record a case unless you are
      going to sue! You just want to record your case & have the IRS from
      extorting money from you.
      Remember it only costs $39 to file under miscellaneous.
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