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  1. Is there a way to intend the trial date? Apparently the trial follows the MSC that same day. I was expecting the court date to be set after the Mandatory Settlement Conference. Any Help would be greatly appreciated.
  2. Thanks again for any help you can provide.
  3. Also does the trial follow soon after the Mandatory Settlement Conference? Thanks Again
  4. Thanks for any help that you can provide. I really appreciate it.
  5. I do have some other questions that you may be able to help me with. I have a Mandatory Settlement Conference scheduled on 12/27/2017 in Riversiide County, CA. In the paperwork it states "If the parties do not reach a full settlement agreement at the MSC, they will immediately be ordered to start trial. All parties must be prepared for their MSC and trial." Does that mean that the trial starts right after the MSC or do they schedule it for another date? I have already filed a Request for Production of Documents and Request for Admissions from the JDB. They responded to the Request for Production of Documents with a bunch of non-sense and I still have not received my Request for Admissions back. Is there anything that you would recommend doing in between now and the court date scheduled 12/27/2017.
  6. @Brotherskeeper, @RyanEX Unfortunately, I reviewed the Statue dates for both California (4 years) and South Dakota (6 years) and it looks like they filed with the courts before it ran out. The last payment that was received according to there documents was 3/30/2013. They filed with the court on 11/16/2016.
  7. Hello Everyone, How does the Statue of Limitations work in the State of California? I am being sued by Calvary LLC. They sent me 12 billing statements in my Request for Production of Documents with the last payment showing on 03/31/2013. I understand that the SOL in California is 4 years but was wondering about any details that would be helpful. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
  8. @gradys I was wondering how everything went at today? Did you get the results you wanted?
  9. Hi BV80, It states it under 1788.52 part (b). (b) A debt buyer shall not make any written statement to a debtor in an attempt to collect a consumer debt unless the debt buyer has access to a copy of a contract or other document evidencing the debtor’s agreement to the debt. If the claim is based on debt for which no signed contract or agreement exists, the debt buyer shall have access to a copy of a document provided to the debtor while the account was active, demonstrating that the debt was incurred by the debtor. For a revolving credit account, the most recent monthly statement recording a purchase transaction, last payment, or balance transfer shall be deemed sufficient to satisfy this requirement.
  10. I have requested a copy of the contract as required but all they have provided my was a Bill Of Sale and Assignment, Asset Schedule, and some Statements. Here is a link to the info I have read and what they must provide. https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/codes_displayText.xhtml?lawCode=CIV&division=3.&title=1.6C.5.&part=4.&chapter=&article=
  11. Hi, I am being sued by a "Debt Buyer" in California. They are not providing me all the information that I have requested on numerous occasions. I have read the California Fair Debt Buying Practices Act and was wondering if you could get a case dropped based on them not providing the information. I am new to the board and any information or help would be appreciated. Thanks
  12. Yes, it is. What type of documents did they provide you in the initial Summons or Request for Documents? If it is the same documents that they provided me they may not have the necessary documents per the Fair Debt Buying Practices [1788.50 - 1788.64]. Not sure if you have looked at it but they do have requirements that they have to follow. Here is the link: https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/codes_displayText.xhtml?lawCode=CIV&division=3.&title=1.6C.5.&part=4.&chapter=&article=
  13. Hi Gradys, I am very curious of how this works out for you. I am in the same exact situation. I am being sued by Cavalry thru a Law Firm out of Fresno. It is probably the same one as you. Have you looked at the California Fair Debt Buying Practices? There is a lot of good info that "Debt Buyers" have to follow.