CIVIL COMPLAINT JUDGMENT
A civil complaint outlines the claim, including damages sought and the cause of the complaint. The latter is referred to as "causes of action," and the plaintiff can list several, and include the facts surrounding each cause. The cause of action is the most crucial part of the civil complaint and it must contain a convincing rule of law that forms the basis of the complaint. In legal terminology, a complaint is a formal legal document that sets out the facts and legal reasons that the filing party (the plaintiffs) believes are sufficient to support a claim against another person, persons, entity or entities (the defendants) that entitles the plaintiff(s) to a remedy(either money damages or injunctive relief).