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  1. I WON my case with H&H/Portfolio. It went to trial, I was put on the stand, but I won a Judgment against them. All was hearsay, so Judge was in favor of defendant (me). I filled out form MC-010 for my cost, Faxed it (saves footwork) to the court and mailed it to Hunt & Henriques. Hunt mailed me a check within 10 days for the full amount I asked for!? Later, weeks later, I received in mail a copy of form MC-010 from the Judge. She had reduced the amount due to me , she did not approve my mileage of about 80.00. SO Hunt paid the Full amount I asked for , without waiting for the Judge
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  2. If you read the contracts carefully, you will see that they put in there that they have the right to use the proceeds to offset any other debt you might have. What they did was legal and above the board.
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  3. yep. That is the problem with having accounts with the same bank. If that had been a savings account, and you had a deficit on the auto loan, they would have taken the savings to pay off the deficit. Never keep accounts with the same bank.
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  4. Is an adjournment the same thing as a continuance? Do I need to file a motion for that, or just ask the judge at the court date? Edit: Seems like a continuance and an adjournment are essentially the same thing. One is requested by the judge, the other is requested by the plaintiff/defendant. Thanks for the reminder on the tenants. Probably would be a good idea to do that. I've got a management company that I'll need to inform as well, but i just wanted to make sure that I wasn't going to be leaving them with a negative balance. I'd prefer not to stiff them if I can avoid it. So would askin
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  5. It's important to find a credit card agreement that applied to your card. If there is a clause that allows arbitration, that is what you want to do. Arizona courts are very forgiving when it comes to evidence of a debt, making it virtually impossible to win in court - especially AZ Justice Court. Your focus needs to be on pursuing arbitration, if available.
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