Beasua75

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  1. @Clydesmom @BV80 @Goody_Ouchless Thank you for your feedback. Party not given actual notice in time to defend action brought by a debt buyer (Civ § 1788.61): Similar to the grounds discussed above, Civ § 1788.61 permits a defendant to set aside a default or default judgment when service of a summons did not result in actual notice in time to defend cases brought by a debt buyer. This code section applies only if you were sued by debt buyer, such as a collection agency or law firm that purchased the debt from the original creditor. Motions brought under this code section must be fi
  2. No worries, I’d probably think the same. From what I know by being personally served by the same process server, he served me the court documents for my house because it was being foreclosed, I never signed any documents. I was never avoiding being served, it was hard to catch me there because I didn’t want to be there because of the memories plus I was drinking a lot. Not that any of that matters but I know for a fact I was not personally served and no one was ever given such summons that may have been there. I was friendly with the server when he gave me the summons for the house. It’s a
  3. Party not given actual notice in time to defend action brought by a debt buyer (Civ § 1788.61): Similar to the grounds discussed above, Civ § 1788.61 permits a defendant to set aside a default or default judgment when service of a summons did not result in actual notice in time to defend cases brought by a debt buyer. This code section applies only if you were sued by debt buyer, such as a collection agency or law firm that purchased the debt from the original creditor. Motions brought under this code section must be filed within either 6 years after the entry of default, or 180 days of the fi
  4. I have consulted an attorney. I thought I’d give it a shot on my own. I’m hoping that I can stop Midland from garnishing based on merit and non service. I have a good solid defense with the forged signatures and maybe excusable neglect. Answer me this if you will: If the documents state that I was personally served that literally means me not anyone else? If I had time on my side and with the proof that the documents were forged along with all the other violations I would stand a good chance of getting them vacated? If you are willing to look at the document signatures I’ll upl
  5. Can someone please answer this question? If the proof of service documents say that I was personally served but wasn’t served at all, grounds to have a judgment vacated even though I still resided at the address? Proof that I wasn’t personally served is in the documents they filed. Forged signatures. I was sued by PRA and Asset Acceptance/Midland Funding several years ago. Default judgments awarded to both of them because I didn’t appear in court. I wasn’t personally served like the proof states. Both PRA and Asset Acceptance filed proof of service, using the same process s