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Re: [tips_and_tricks] Can you prove court order needs to have affixed signatures & seal?

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  • John Wilde
    The question did not involve appeals court decisions. The question involved trial courts and orders and judgments issued from there. In Arizona published
    Message 1 of 7 , Nov 25, 2004
      The question did not involve appeals court decisions. The question
      involved trial courts and orders and judgments issued from there. In
      Arizona published opinions must be signed, unpublished opinions don't.

      g'day
      John Wilde

      Dessie Andrews wrote:

      >Not true, John. Here in Texas, in Austin, in the 3rd court of appeals, it
      >is the custom and practice not to sign opinions. The one in the file is not
      >signed, either. I have sued an appellate judge for just that, denying me
      >due process, as I couldn't appeal an unsigned order. The Texas Supreme
      >Court said they had no jurisdiction and refused my writ of mandamus to make
      >the judge sign the order so it could be appealed. Sort of a cute game they
      >play here. I currently have a default judgment against the appellate judge,
      >because she felt, in her imperious position, that she didn't have to answer
      >the suit. Oops.
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