You cannot use a general denial for answering discovery. You must answer each and every one, whether it be "denied" "admitted" or "objection."
Don't file it with the court, send it via certified mail to the attorney's office that filed the law suit.
I didn't catch that last part about the registry when I read the letter. That creates an odd dilemma as my arbitration clause was transferred to Unifund through Barclays and I as a claimant have the right to arbitrate and the business the right to defend themselves...A conversation with AAA is definitely needed.
AAA is not in contempt of your court order for declining to arbitrate with Unifund as a party. Unifund's prior actions have not been in compliance with AAA's consumer rules and policies.
If Unifund advises AAA of its intention to follow AAA's consumer rules, resolves any outstanding payment obligations to AAA and registers its arbitration clause on AAA's Consumer Clause Registry, then at AAA's discretion, AAA may accept cases with Unifund. It would be Unifund's responsibility to inform you as Claimant to refile your claim.
We need to find out why AAA has declined your case despite your having a have a court order.
I assume you mean a motion from the JDB to lift the stay as I followed the court's order. I don't want to return to court unless my MTD is iron clad, which it isn't yet. The only problem from my perspective of the JDB just letting this sit, is that the SOL clock is stopped. Also, the case being in limbo is a bit disconcerting for me.