What happens after a case is filed with the Tribunal?

1. After a case is filed with the Tribunal, the Clerk issues a case number; and

2. The Claimant makes sure all respondents are served either through the mail or notary presenter; and

3. The respondents are served three (3) times within 30 days; and

4. If there is no response from the respondents, a motion is heard  declaring the existence of human rights violations; and

5. The declaration goes to the treasury for a Declaration of Value; and

6. Last, the Declaration of Value goes to Governor for signing a Writ of Execution.