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  • A show cause order, also called an order to show cause, mandates that an individual or corporation make a court appearance to explain why the court should not take a proposed action. A court issues this type of order upon the application of a party requesting specific relief and providing the court with an affidavit or declaration (a sworn or affirmed statement alleging certain facts). A show cause order is generally used in Contempt actions, cases involving injunctive relief, and situations where time is of the essence.
  • To break it down, a motion to show cause means that someone is trying to show why they cannot pay a fine or cannot perform an action that a court has ordered them to do. I can also be a hearing or court appearance in which you either pay or show proof that the action has been taken or why you cannot comply.

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