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This idiots at Cornell are outlining F.R.C.P. rather than quoting
F.R.C.P. Martinez and his lazy clerk are so lazy that they are no
longer reading the Federal Rules.

http://www.law.cornell.edu/rules/frcp/Rule15.htm

If you look at the text of the rule, it does not confrom to Cornell's
web site. The Clerk of the Court
and Judge Martinez do not undertsand the federal rules of civil
procedure. I do not have to request
his permission to file the first amended complaint, becuase there is
no answer. Cornells outline
does not say that.



Rule 15. Amended and Supplemental Pleadings
(a) AMENDMENTS BEFORE TRIAL.
(1) Amending as a Matter of Course. A party may amend its
pleading once as a matter of course:
(A) before being served with a responsive pleading; or
(B) within 20 days after serving the pleading if a responsive
pleading is not allowed and the action is not yet on
the trial calendar.
21 FEDERAL RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE Rule 15
(2) Other Amendments. In all other cases, a party may amend
its pleading only with the opposing partyís written consent or
the courtís leave. The court should freely give leave when justice so
requires.


Marcus Roberts
PRO SE



Rule 15. Amended and Supplemental Pleadings
(a) AMENDMENTS BEFORE TRIAL.
(1) Amending as a Matter of Course. A party may amend its
pleading once as a matter of course:
(A) before being served with a responsive pleading; or
(B) within 20 days after serving the pleading if a responsive
pleading is not allowed and the action is not yet on
the trial calendar.
(2) Other Amendments. In all other cases, a party may amend
its pleading only with the opposing partyís written consent or
the courtís leave. The court should freely give leave when justice so
requires.
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On Feb 5, 5:05*pm, NONE wrote:
This idiots at Cornell are outlining F.R.C.P. rather than quoting
F.R.C.P. Martinez and his lazy clerk are so lazy that they are no
longer reading the Federal Rules.

http://www.law.cornell.edu/rules/frcp/Rule15.htm

If you look at the text of the rule, it does not confrom to Cornell's
web site. The Clerk of the Court
and Judge Martinez do not undertsand the federal rules of civil
procedure. I do not have to request
his permission to file the first amended complaint, becuase there is
no answer. Cornells outline
does not say that.

Rule 15. Amended and Supplemental Pleadings
(a) AMENDMENTS BEFORE TRIAL.
(1) Amending as a Matter of Course. A party may amend its
pleading once as a matter of course:
(A) before being served with a responsive pleading; or
(B) within 20 days after serving the pleading if a responsive
pleading is not allowed and the action is not yet on
the trial calendar.
21 FEDERAL RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE Rule 15
(2) Other Amendments. In all other cases, a party may amend
its pleading only with the opposing partyís written consent or
the courtís leave. The court should freely give leave when justice so
requires.

Marcus Roberts
PRO SE

Rule 15. Amended and Supplemental Pleadings
(a) AMENDMENTS BEFORE TRIAL.
(1) Amending as a Matter of Course. A party may amend its
pleading once as a matter of course:
(A) before being served with a responsive pleading; or
(B) within 20 days after serving the pleading if a responsive
pleading is not allowed and the action is not yet on
the trial calendar.
(2) Other Amendments. In all other cases, a party may amend
its pleading only with the opposing partyís written consent or
the courtís leave. The court should freely give leave when justice so
requires.


Here is the text as of Today. Corrupt pigs in the legal profession are
so lazy, they lie
in their outlines.

III. PLEADINGS AND MOTIONS Rule 15. Prev | NextRule 15. Amended and
Supplemental Pleadings
(a) Amendments Before Trial.
(1) Amending as a Matter of Course.

A party may amend its pleading once as a matter of course within:

(A) 21 days after serving it, or

(B) if the pleading is one to which a responsive pleading is required,
21 days after service of a responsive pleading or 21 days after
service of a motion under Rule 12(b), (e), or (f), whichever is
earlier.

(2) Other Amendments.

In all other cases, a party may amend its pleading only with the
opposing party's written consent or the court's leave. The court
should freely give leave when justice so requires.

(3) Time to Respond.

Unless the court orders otherwise, any required response to an amended
pleading must be made within the time remaining to respond to the
original pleading or within 14 days after service of the amended
pleading, whichever is later.

(b) Amendments During and After Trial.
(1) Based on an Objection at Trial.

If, at trial, a party objects that evidence is not within the issues
raised in the pleadings, the court may permit the pleadings to be
amended. The court should freely permit an amendment when doing so
will aid in presenting the merits and the objecting party fails to
satisfy the court that the evidence would prejudice that party's
action or defense on the merits. The court may grant a continuance to
enable the objecting party to meet the evidence.

(2) For Issues Tried by Consent.

When an issue not raised by the pleadings is tried by the parties'
express or implied consent, it must be treated in all respects as if
raised in the pleadings. A party may move ó at any time, even after
judgment ó to amend the pleadings to conform them to the evidence and
to raise an unpleaded issue. But failure to amend does not affect the
result of the trial of that issue.
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