Good question. I believe you can however I have never tried this or seen it. I hope one of my colleagues will offer some insight.
I wish you all the best.
Yes – summary judgment is available in an annulment action.
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You could but I would suggest you will schedule it for status conference or pretrial and prepare the proposed judgment. It is very rare in domestic case for the defendant to file an answer or answer and counterclaim but it's becoming more common.
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