I was served with an injunction concerning some real estate I own in Fremont county, Colorado.
I was served an injunction by the sheriff at my home address which is not in the county. The injunction is clearly incomplete. Since in Fremont County they apparently do not use page numbers on their legal documents it is not obvious how many pages are in the document. The only pages I received are the title page which has two declarative paragraphs 1 and 2 (Neither specifying any required action Or penalties if specified actions are not performed) and a second page which has nothing but a date and the judge's signature. No document reference or anything else. I obviously can get the additional information. But my question is am I obligated to obtain that additional information or is the court obligated to furnish that when they served me. This is particularly pertinent since any actions required would have a specified completion date 90 days from the date of service.
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