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Sunday, February 22, 2004

It Was Only A Matter Of Meme...

This is pretty much right on:


You're a very helpful rule! You allow the attorney
to amend their complaint once as a matter of
course at any time before the answer is filed,
and also allow amendments in other cases. If a
claim relates back to the original transaction
or occurrence outlined in the complaint, you
can amend the complaint, even though the
statute of limitations has run. Like a good
friend, you're always there to help out in a
Which Federal Rule of Civil Procedure Are You?
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Thanks JCA and TPB.

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