Our expert says:
Family law expert
I would strongly suggest that you consult an attorney with a request to file a notice of defence. If you don't do that, the Plaintiff may obtain judgement in your absence and issue a warrant of execution. Once that is done the Plaintiff may issue a writ on the immovable property of your dad or on his moveable property and sell it by public auction. It is very difficult to set a writ aside once granted by the court and therefore I strongly suggest that you file a notice of defence. Once the notice of defence is filed your attorney can then demand that the summons be withdrawn and that the company who issued the summons be made to pay the legal costs.
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