IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS SUMMIT COUNTY, OHIO
CERTIFICATE OF READINESS FOR
FORECLOSURE ACTIONS FILED IN-
THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS -
Due to the dramatic increase of foreclosure actions filed and the number of claims filed by parties other than the original mortgagee and note holder, the judges of the common pleas court - general division have determined that when a foreclosure case is filed the use of a certificate of readiness is necessary to allow that substantial justice be done and to ensure Judicial efficiency. Current circumstances also require a modification of the time in which to file the preliminary judicial report, shortening the time to file such preliminary judicial report from sixty days after filing the complaint to contemporaneous with the filing of plaintiff's complaint.
The court hereby incorporates, by reference, the attached certificate of readiness, which is required to be filed with the clerk of courts at the time the plaintiff’s complaint in foreclosure is filed.
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