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  1. read this thread
  2. that seems odd, are you sure June 18th is your trial date not another Conference like mandatory settlement... plus read your Local court rules when they suppose to serve you with ccp 96 responses. and when exactly you have to file motion in limine with court. Call the court to confirm, the dates.
  3. Here's redacted version of mine;
  4. Go ahead send out the BOP before you file your answer. You can ask the court to wait, until you win the suit, to pay them the fees, instead right away. Sorry to hear that, i'm in the similar situation as far the court system goes, i just received a traffic ticket couple days ago for reckless driving, a misdemeanor charge (changed lanes without giving proper signals) so i'm waiting on that hearing next month can't afford a private attorney, So I've been doing research to fight that on my own and as well working on this law suit. It hurts to see when you work hard and pay your taxes but can
  5. Also you sure they've filed the 3rd case with the court? Does this summon has "filed" stamp by the court house? i would wait until they serve you, to send BOP. then it won't hurt, let them Object and make them work. you can send DV letter to the now instead of BOP. I'm surprised that you didn't qualify for fee waiver, you could have appeal hearing to explain the judge why it would be hardship on your family.
  6. you can use these three, easy enough to defend and understand. Failed to state the basis of the lawsuit: They did not cite an actual state law that was violated. Debt is time-barred: The statute of limitations has passed. Plaintiff lacks legal standing: The plaintiff has failed to provide legal evidence that they are legally entitled to collect the debt. (This happens when a debt collector cannot prove they purchased or were assigned the debt) The plaintiff has not proven the debt is valid or the amount of the debt is accurate. The plaintiff must prove that the principal, interest, collection
  7. Not really, you just need to have the POS-30 filled and signed by someone else, and tell the clerk that you are going to mail this right after you file the docs with court. also it depends on the court clerk, some wants to see the CMRRR card attached on the envelope. BOP doesn't need to be stamped or filed with the court but i did since i was already there filing my answer.
  8. Ok first thing first, Calm down you are in good hands. you don't have to rush things. Take your time filing your answer and coming up with your defenses, i would recommend you file your answer on Friday 6/6 along with BOP (unless you want to send it before). you don't have to be in hurry, rather use the time to your advantage. This is regarding sending BOP why this is better than starting Discovery Again you shouldn't be eager to get the the trial date set soon and starti
  9. @ismac this ( might help you answering the discovery check the pdf's in the post # 69
  10. @credit2011 @mamabear I don't know if you've stumbled upon this, use Calawayer Advice regarding sending BOP why this is better than starting Discovery
  11. yea check again there might be specific counter hours when you should do it. call the clerk and double check.
  12. if there's no POS filed with the court, that just mean they are waiting for you to miss the 30 days deadline, and they can file POS when they ask for default. I believe you have 35 days to respond becuase you were sub-served (summon left with someone who was 18+) most likely you will receive a summon in the mail with POS attacched to it in next few days. I would say file the answer within 30 days. and keep calling the court everyday to see if Plaintiff has filed a POS with the court. and you can send them BOP request with your own POS (if breach of contract is one of the cause in the compla
  13. Defendant objects as the document/request # 24 speaks for itself. Further, after a reasonable inquiry concerning the matter in the particular request has been made, and that the information known or readily obtainable is insufficient to enable the Defendant to admit the matter. Defendant objects as the document speaks for itself. Notwithstanding the foregoing objection, Defendant object to each and every Request for Admission. or Defendant objects as vague as to the term "----"(i.e payment, application, card) as term is not specific enough. Notwithstanding the objection, Defendant denies.