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Asked on: 10/28/13, 3:44 pm

my roommate said he was served a Notice Of Unlawful Detainer (Eviction) which also has my name on it but there's no stamped date of any kind nor the clerks signature I think hes lying due to a fight so how do I know its official can I send you the copy I have or can you tell me what to look for. Thanks for your time.

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Answered on: 10/28/13, 4:53 pm by Anthony Roach

The summons should be stamped by the clerk. A blank summons is worthless. There should be a case number, and a court address. Because it is an unlawful detainer action, you will have to go to the court listed, with a photo ID, and find out if there is really an unlawful detainer case filed against you.

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