In the mix somewhere is the destruction of Damascus since the prophecy has never been fulfilled yet.I have heard enough about this book to know that Bill Salus makes a strong case for the war of Psalm 83 coming first.
If the complaint is not served with the summons, the summons shall contain or have attached thereto a notice stating the nature of the action and the relief sought, and, except in an action for medical malpractice, the sum of money for which judgment may be taken in case of default. It leaves us with the need to also add a small fix to the CPLR 305 provision currently requiring the demand in a summons with notice, so that there isn’t any conflict of law with an amended 3017.At that time Russia will come down with a host of nations against Israel and God will intervene.In the past, I have tended to put the Ezekiel war first and I placed the Psalm 83 war in the middle of the tribulation making that the reason why the Jews flee to the mountains.Yeah, I was writing about boring procedural things again. Putting demands in complaints encourages lawyers to claim large dollar amounts out of fear that, if we make a demand too low, it may limit our clients’ recovery later. Defendant being the subject of the headline grabbing numbers. But I found in writing that Bolling piece that, lo and behold, because the case was not started in the traditional manner with a summons and complaint but, rather, with the rarely used and widely disfavored summons with notice that he was actually to put in a demand. It seems that when the Legislature amended CPLR 3017(c) in 2003 to prohibit the money demand, it forgot to list the relatively obscure summons with notice as one of the pleadings.The law was amended to abolish the practice in 2003. No more stupid, telephone number demands made by lawyers to cover worst case scenarios or to, [spit, spit] get their names in the . This is how it now reads: (c) Personal injury or wrongful death actions. So it seems that my little blog posting on this inadvertent loophole was noticed up in Albany, because lo and behold — can I use that phrase twice in one posting? O’Donnell to fix CPLR 3017 by adding the summons with notice (A.