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  1. Thank you @Seadragon. I'm so confused at why there is nothing on the calendar in regards to the Midland case. Is there a time limit on a civil debt collections action in California? How long can this case linger?
  2. I was sued by Midland in California back in July 2018. We are currently in the discovery phase where I have received a response stating they do not have to comply with the demand for production because the complaint is based on an account stated cause of action. My concern right now is that there has not been a case management conference scheduled....this seems odd to me because in a previous JDB lawsuit, case management conference was scheduled right after general denial was filed. I think I may have filed my general denial around 33 days after service of complaint which I know is a little
  3. Hi @Seadragon. I'm in the middle of a lawsuit with Midland currently in California. I am at the point in the process where I have filed a response, sent a BOP Demand and received the usual response stating they don't have to comply because it is an account stated action. Before I send a Meet & Confer, I have a few questions. Why hasn't a case management conference been scheduled yet? I have another pending lawsuit with Cavalry filed around the same time and I have a CMC 3/15/19 but nothing with Midland.... My second question is, can I file something based on the violation of the Rose
  4. Yes, that's correct. I served discovery (production) before BOP inadvertently. The response to the first discovery is a packer of the usual junk. The response to the later BOP was the objections and such. Can I send a meet and confer letter regarding the items that were sent in the Production and the lack of chain of custody that was provided? Or better off with the response to BOP you mentioned above? How should I prepare for CMC? I need to prepare a statement so I'll keep researching this. Any advice helps.
  5. @sadinca - Any advice in how to proceed at this point in the game would be great! I'm considering sending a meet and confer letter at this point. Then a motion to compel based on the crap response I received to the discovery I sent in the beginning.
  6. "Plantiff objects to Defendant's Demand because Plantiff's complaint is not subject to a Demand for Bill of Particulars. Plantiff's complaint alleges an account stated cause of action only/ and said cause of action is not subject to a Demand for Bill of Particulars." "A Bill of Particulars is not available in an action on an account stated. (Distefano v. Hall(1963) It is well settled that a bill of particulars is not appropriate in an action on an account stated because an account stated is deemed to merge various items on which the earlier accounts were based: e.e., there is nothing le
  7. @sadinca @RyanEX The JDB responded to the BOP with the same response as most others I've seen on this board stating that they do not have to comply based on the "account stated" cause of action. Also, at this point, I have not received a Request for Admissions/Interrogatories or anything else. Case Management Conference is scheduled for July 20th. Is there anything else I should do between now and then? I think you mentioned earlier a meet and confer. We are currently about 57 days out from the scheduled Case Management Conference. I may settle just to get rid of this headache but it w
  8. The second one I sent after we established that I needed to send with POS was the one you linked above. The first one I sent had th requests listed...I found it on another thread. They were different. I sent both. They responded to the first one that was not send with POS or certified. Surprised they responded to that one....not to mention there’s only one cause of action, account stated so I’m actually surprised they sent all of that to begin with.
  9. I just read the rules of court and it lists 15 calendar days, not business days for response. However, the rules also state that no later than 30 calendar days before the date set for the case management conference, the parties must meet and confer, in person or by telephone, to consider each of the issues
  10. It must have been response the the version I sent prior to sending with POS last week with the sample version. This was another version I found in another thread. Did I hurt my case sending the demand for particulars in such a specific format listing requests in numerical format? I think I missed a call from PRA today actually....should I attempt to return the call? There was no voicemail left.
  11. @sadinca Another update: Received court date for Civil Case Management Conference scheduled for July 20. Statement is due 15 days prior so I figured that June 29 will be a safe date to shoot for. Also received an overnight package from UPS in response to my demand for BOP. Package includes a statement regarding demands made with ridiculous excuses as follows: Regarding request for ANY agreement between defendant and CITIBANK: "...documents are not relevant or likely to lead to discovery of admissible evidence......documents are within the Defendant's possession, custod
  12. So here's an update.....I mailed BOP 3/22 POS & CMRRR. The same day I received mail from the court saying a judge had been assigned because a response had been filed with the name of the judge. Nothing more regarding any dates or conferences. Also I received a somewhat comical letter from the attorney for is what it reads: "We will accept a settlement in the amount of $2,400 (suit amount $3,700). You must contact our office on or before April 10 to set up payments or settlement will be null and void and we will move forward with the pending litigation against you."
  13. This is the one I sent today with POS on pleading paper. It's not too late, right!? Summons was served on 2/8, I served general denial with POS on 2/23 and filed it with courts on 3/2. I'll wait for response to BOP but in the meantime, should I be receiving something from the courts? They have this new process where you just stamp your filings at the time clock and put it in a box. No clerk to stamp or schedule a hearing. I received my approved fee waiver back but nothing regarding my case.
  14. I'll do this today I haven't received any contact from them since service of general denial with receipt confirmation dated 2/26/18. Wonder what they have up their sleeves....