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  1. Thanks @BV80 and @shellieh98 for all your support for the last 2 months, its great that we have people like you in this forum who turn up to help people selflessly , great work and once again thank you. I am still awaiting the settlement letter from them , hope to get it today.
  2. @BV80 @shellieh98 Update --> Getting to settle with the JDB with 50 cents on a dollar , I think this is a reasonable deal I got from them
  3. @BV80 Do you have any particular files that I should be looking at ,,, I know there are tons of material and its difficult to look up things that you want
  4. @shellieh98 @BV80 Bad luck today Today I got responses to my interrogatories from pressler , they have included the bill of sale and some statements from Jan 2009 to Dec 2010 and a "Verification as To responses" from some guy which says he is a authorized representative of MIDLAND FUNDING.. Guys --> what can I do here guys ,,, depressed today
  5. @shellieh98 @BV80 I am trying to get some help from one of friend,, will update you guys regarding R. 6:4-3 (f)... They sent this letter and discovery request at the same time almost ... did reponded to their discovery within a weeks time and they were three questions their standard questions.. (P&P).. Its a objecction to admit only and not the other things.. I still havent recieved anything from them ( docs or rofs answers) will wait then... Also do you know If there is anything else I can do in the meanwhile ( oct 12) like any other legal request I can make to them just to keep them busy
  6. upload is not allowing to upload a word doc ... here is my my interrogatories and admissions.. 07/31/2014 TO: 1-973-753-5100 Ralph Gulko Pressler and Pressler, LLP 7 Entin Road. Parsipanny, NJ 07054-5020 PROPOUNDING PARTY: Defendant, RESPONDING PARTY: Plaintiff, Ralph Gulko, Midland Funding CURRENT ASSIGNEE,[CHASE BANK usa, N.A., ORIGINAL CREDITOR] The Propounding Party requests that the Responding Party respond to the following discovery requests in accordance with the Rules Governing the Courts of the State of New Jersey. The Propounding Party has used certain words with defined meanings as set forth in the Definitions section, below. When responding to these interrogatories, please note: (a) You are required to furnish all information available to you, your agents, employees and attorneys. See, R. 4:17-4(a). (b)It is permissible for interrogatories to include a request for a copy of a document. See, R. 4:17-1(a). © In response to any interrogatory, you are permitted to provide copies of business records when the answer may be derived from those records so long as the burden of deriving the answer is substantially the same for the Propounding Party and the Responding Party. See R. 4:17-4(d). (d) As stated in R. 4:17-1((3), you are not permitted to assert that any requested information is privileged unless you comply with R. 4:10-2 (e) which requires, among other things, that you expressly assert the privilege and describe the nature of the documents, communications, or things not produced or disclosed in a manner that, without revealing the privileged information, will enable the Propounding Party to assess whether the asserted privilege applies. Please note that Defendant stipulates that materials identified by you as “ATTORNEY EYES ONLY” will not be disclosed by defense counsel to anyone without either Plaintiff’s expressed consent or a court order. PROOF OF SERVICE In accordance with R. 1:5-3, I certify that the within discovery requests were served in accordance with R. 1:5-2, by ordinary mail, postage prepaid, mailed on the date set forth below on: Ralph Gulko Pressler and Pressler, LLP 7 Entin Road. Parsipanny, NJ 07054-5020 Dated: DEFINITIONS The following words, when used with the initial letter capitalized, has the designated meaning: (A) “Account” means the indebtedness alleged in the Complaint. ( “Business Record” means a Record which includes a statement of an act or eventand was created by any business. © “Computer Record” means a Record which is an electronic recording of information as well as a printout which comes from such an electronic recording. (D) “Declarant” means a Natural Person who made a Sworn Statement. (E) “Immediate Assignor” means the Person from whom you purchased the Account. (F) “Natural Person” means a human being. (G) “Original Creditor” is the Person with whom the Account was originally created for Defendant. (H) “Person” means any entity and includes, without limitation, a Natural Person, sole proprietorship, limited liability company, government or governmental subdivision, and any type of partnership, corporation, association, organization, institution, or firm. (I) “Record” includes all recorded information, including “documents” as used in R. 4:18-1(a) and “writing” as used in Evid.R. 801(e), which concern or relate to the Account. (J) “Sworn Statement” means a written statement relating to, concerning or regarding any fact involved in this lawsuit which was made under oath or permitted by court rule or statute to have the same effect as a statement made under oath including, without limitation, an affidavit, a declaration made pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1746, and a certification made pursuant to R. 1:4-4(. (K) “You,” “your”, “yours”, “yourself” refers to the Plaintiff. INTERROGATORIES If the Account was assigned by the Original Creditor, set forth the date and a description sufficient to identify each Record which reflects or memorializes each assignment beginning with the Original Creditor and ending with you. Identify each individual you expect to call at trial as an expert witness and include the subject matter on which each person is expected to testify, the substance of the facts and opinions to which the expert is expected to testify and a summary of the grounds for each opinion. Identify all documents that may relate to this action, and attach copies of such document. Attach a complete copy of any written records or documents that you have regarding defendant. Set forth a particular statement of the items of the claim, their amounts and dates, a calculation in figures of the amount of interest, the payments or credits, if any, and the net amount due. END OF INTERROGATORIES RESPONDING PARTY’S CERTIFICATION TO ANSWERS TO INTERROGATORIES I certify that the foregoing statements made by me are true. I am aware that if any of the foregoing statements made by me are wilfully false, I am subject to punishment. Dated: [Print Name and Title Below Signature] REQUESTS FOR ADMISSION TO: RALPH GULKO PRESSLER AND PRESSLER 7 ENTIN RD. PARSIPANNY, NJ 07054-5020 Attorneys for Plaintiff PROPOUNDING PARTY: Defendant, RESPONDING PARTY: Plaintiff, Ralph Gulko, Midland Funding CURRENT ASSIGNEE,[CHASE BANK usa, N.A., ORIGINAL CREDITOR] The Propounding Party requests that the Responding Party respond to the following discovery requests in accordance with the Rules Governing the Courts of the State of New Jersey. The Propounding Party has used certain words with defined meanings as set forth in the Definitions section, below. When responding, please note the following as required under R. 4:22-1: (1) Each matter is admitted unless, within 30 days after service of the request, or within such shorter or longer time as the court may allow, the party to whom the request is directed serves upon the party requesting the admission a written answer or objection addressed to the matter, signed by the party or by the party's attorney. (2) If objection is made, the reasons for the objection shall be stated. (3) If not admitted, your answer shall specifically deny the matter or set forth in detail the reasons why the answering party cannot truthfully admit or deny the matter. (4) A denial shall fairly meet the substance of the requested admission, and when good faith requires that a party qualify the answer or deny only a part of the matter of which an admission is requested, the party shall specify so much of it as is true and qualify or deny the remainder. (5) An answering party may not give lack of information or knowledge as a reason for failure to admit or deny unless stating that a reasonable inquiry was made and that the information known or readily obtainable is insufficient to enable an admission or denial. (e) A party who considers that a matter of which an admission has been requested presents a genuine issue for trial, may not, on that ground alone, object to the request but may, subject to the provisions of R. 4:23-3, deny the matter or set forth reasons for not being able to admit or deny. PROOF OF SERVICE In accordance with R. 1:5-3, I certify that the within discovery requests were served in accordance with R. 1:5-2, by ordinary mail, postage prepaid, mailed on the date set forth below on: Ralph Gulko Pressler and Pressler, LLP 7 Entin Road. Parsipanny, NJ 07054-5020 Dated: DEFINITIONS The following words, when used with the initial letter capitalized, has the designated meaning: (A) “Account” means the indebtedness alleged in your Complaint. ( “Original Creditor” is the Person with whom the Account was originally created for Defendant. ADMISSION REQUESTS 1. Plaintiff has no personal knowledge as to the mailing by the Original Creditor to Defendant of any written agreement governing the Account. ___ADMIT ___DENY 2. Plaintiff has no personal knowledge as to the mailing by the Original Creditor to Defendant of any billing statement for the Account. ___ADMIT ___DENY 3. Plaintiff has no personal knowledge as to why the Original Creditor entered any transaction, debit, credit or charge on any billing statement for the Account. ___ADMIT ___DENY 4. Neither Plaintiff nor its attorney(s) possess an affidavit, certificate or other document executed by or on behalf of the Original Creditor which purports to authenticate the genuineness of any documents related to the Account. ___ADMIT ___DENY 5. Plaintiff’s right to acquire documents from the Original Creditor about the Account is governed by the written agreement under which Plaintiff acquired the Account. ___ADMIT ___DENY Signed by Responding Party’s (CHECK ONE) ____ authorized representative or ____ attorney: Dated: [print name and title below signature]
  7. @BV80 @shellieh98 attached are 1) Adjournment request from P&P 2) Objection to my admissions 3) my interrogatories and admissions... please let me know where I am wrong with my discovery and can I do to correct this..
  8. @shellieh98 I am gonna go home and upload the exact letter for you guys to review , may we have some juice here, they got extended time for production of documents( I will upload that too) and they objected to my request for admissions(saying it is non conformance to Rule r6-4-3(f)) after 32 days as I clearly mentioned if they do not object to them within 30 days they will be deemed admitted.. give me few hourse I will upload both docs
  9. @BV80 yes court granted them 90 days for production of documents, I dont have the exact wordings with me right now but I can post to you what they asked the court in exact wordings.. @shellieh98 this s NJ special civil ,, why do you say this rule pertains to small claims?
  10. Hi Guys, My court date got adjourned last month to oct 18th and I wanted to update you all with the current status of the case.. 1) During the discovery period they asked for 90 days from the court and gave reference to the case # to the court and court granted them 90 days... 2) I served my own discoveries to them last month ( they are above from mr stern) 3) Today I got a letter from them and they are objecting to the discovery as it is non conforming to the R.6:4-3(f) based upon the amount in controversy ( amount is less than 3000 dlrs) but here is the tricky part they responded after 32 days of serving them the interrogatories, so now do they get 90 days to answer the rogs or still the 30 days rule is applied... really need some expert advice here 4)If the 30 day period still applies, how can I go about filing MTD or anything in that matter here is what http://www.judiciary.state.nj.us/rules/r6-4.htm says (f) Actions Cognizable But Not Pending in Small Claims Section, Discovery. Any action filed in the Special Civil Part that is cognizable but not pending in the Small Claims Section may proceed with discovery, but each party is limited to serving interrogatories consisting of no more than five questions without parts. Such interrogatories shall be served and answered within the time limits set forth in R. 6:4-3(a). Additional interrogatories may be served and enlargements of time to answer may be granted only by court order on timely notice of motion for good cause shown.
  11. Yes I am looking at all the rules of discovery right now.. again many thanks for the response
  12. Also I forgot to ask is does Request for Admission also comes under interrogtories or that is separate ex: I can ask 5 interrogatories and another 3-4 admissions? Am I correct?
  13. Now top 5 interrogatories are they sufficient , need to modify anything/add suggestions give your 5 cents to me guys 1) If the Account was assigned by the Original Creditor, set forth the date and a description sufficient to identify each Record which reflects or memorializes each assignment beginning with the Original Creditor and ending with you. 2) Identify each individual you expect to call at trial as an expert witness and include the subject matter on which each person is expected to testify, the substance of the facts and opinions to which the expert is expected to testify and a summary of the grounds for each opinion. 3) Identify all documents that may relate to this action, and attach copies of such document. 4) Attach a complete copy of any written records or documents that you have regarding defendant, along with a typed transcription of any handwritten records and documents. 5) Set forth a particular statement of the items of the claim, their amounts and dates, a calculation in figures of the amount of interest, the payments or credits, if any, and the net amount due. FYI: I took these from mr stern's template
  14. Awesome thank you , I also found this article on avvo by Mr. Stern will be helpful for other readers as well http://www.avvo.com/legal-answers/special-civil-interrogatories---how-many-questions-894314.html