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When a Plaintiff's initial complaint is dismissed and defendants are held for "naught", and then the judge allows the Plaintiff to "Amend Complaint", are the prior initial filings of complaint which are now 'dismissed' or 'denied' as to 'not properly served'.... is the initial complaints 'stricken' from the court records? and therefore cannot be accessed upon an appeal?  thank you for your kind response.  Does the word "strike" mean the whole record is no longer available for a "request for preparation of records" on appeal?  

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20 hours ago, mariaivory said:

When a Plaintiff's initial complaint is dismissed and defendants are held for "naught", and then the judge allows the Plaintiff to "Amend Complaint", are the prior initial filings of complaint which are now 'dismissed' or 'denied' as to 'not properly served'.... is the initial complaints 'stricken' from the court records? and therefore cannot be accessed upon an appeal?

 

That's one heck of a run on sentence, but the answer to the questions is no.

 

 

20 hours ago, mariaivory said:

Does the word "strike" mean the whole record is no longer available for a "request for preparation of records" on appeal?

 

You'd have to provide some context to answer this question.

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