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  1. Well JP court today didn't go well. We did no discovery and showed up in court prepared with defenses. Attached to the Original Petition was one account statement and nothing else as far as evidence. We prepared with defenses such as... Bill of Sale to include husbands name and account number, valid contract, account stated with affidavit and statute of limitations. The attorney for Midland Funding slipped in evidence to court clerk on trial date (affidavit from Midland Employee and copy of bill of sale) without serving proper notice. The Judge for the JP Court allowed me to speak on beh
  2. My husband has JP court tomorrow in Texas to defend himself in a lawsuit. He was served with the Plaintiff's Original Petition and attached is one statement showing the balance, previous balance, late fee and interest charged. Filed a General Denial and there has been no discovery or contact from Midland Funding. He is due in court tomorrow morning and I have researched this forum and am aware of the defenses of proof a valid contract exists, proof of standing (ownership/assignment), proof that the claim is not barred by the statute of limitations. However not sure how things will proceed i