When a change to a pleading is required or desired, the pleading can be amended by filing with the court an amended pleading, such as an amended complaint, amended answer or amended reply. A pleadings may be amended for many reasons, including making a additions or correction in the allegations, adding causes of action to a complaint, counterclaim or cross claim, or adding affirmative defenses. Amendments can only be made by a plaintiff prior to serving the defendant, or by any party, upon stipulation by the other parties or by order of the court.

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