You can file an answer admitting all the allegations and a waiver of time waiving any further notice requirements. Your answer must be notarized, it must be mailed to the opposing party and it must be filed with the courthouse.
I’m sorry if you find this answer to be uninformative, the purpose of this site is to give answer questions and give opinion, I will give specific information when it is possible and appropriate. That is not possible in this case. It is not ethically permissible for me to provide anyone other than a client with a waiver of time, if I provided you with one on this website, I would be committing a violation of ethics.
You may need to consult an attorney if you need additional assistance on preparing these documents.
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