A claim is always a stand alone action and always begins with the filing of a new case. It is never a counter claim or a cross-claim.
Once created with its own case number, a “Notice: Claim; Trespass”… may be placed into an existing case as a means to secure a concurrent hearing or trial with the same parties listed in the original case.
There are 4 elements to making a claim;
- there must be a controversy (takes 2 to Tango)(CF: Cause of Action)
- there must be a specific claim of “wrongdoing” – preferably by a real man/woman – who often used their “office” to violate your property as a man/woman.
- there must be a specific remedy sought by the claimant – ie: cease action against you, and fees charged daily until the other party ends the matter or the court does it for you.
- the claim must be sworn or affirmed to be true – ie: they must appear in court to make a verifiable claim, affidavits will not do, and attorneys cannot speak for them.
A claim can be as simple as;
i, [a] man, claim wrongdoer trespass by way of extortion.
i require compensation of 60 hours of community service (or daily fees, etc)
i say here and will verify in open court that all herein be true.