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  1. Can I serve Admissions, Interrogatories, and Requests for Production of Documents separate from one another. Can I serve Admissions one week, and then Interrogatories another week later and then Requests for Production of Documents a week or so after that?
  2. In the ADMISSIONS section I considered asking them to admit some things related to the that affiant's lack of personal knowledge about the account during a certain period. I considered asking for Documents related to the Affiant's training and employment history. I would also like to know how many of these sorts of Affidavits the Affiant has signed in the past few years and I'd like ot see some related documentation. Would I be barred for any reason to ask for those sorts of Admissions and Documents? Are there any questions about Affiant that I am barred from asking?
  3. Specifically I was wondering about asking questions about the Affiant, asking for documents related to the Affiant.
  4. In my REQUESTS FOR ADMISSIONS, INTERROGATORIES, AND REQUEST FOR PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS, can I ask questions about the Affidavit of Debt which the Plaintiff attached to their Petition?
  5. With a junk debt buyer, it seems that one goal is to serve them with Discovery, IF they respond, then we attempt to get from them an un-redacted copy of a specific documents, like the Master Purchase and Sale Agreement, which they will not provide....we then file a Motion to Compel and hope they dismiss the case before the hearing. So if that "Master Purchase and Sale Agreement" is the magic document that all things can hinge on with a junk debt buyer, what is our angle with an original creditor? There is not Purchase and Sale Agreement since it's the original creditor. What hope d
  6. With a junk debt buyer, it seems that one goal is to serve them with Discovery, IF they respond, then we attempt to get from them an un-redacted copy of a specific documents, like the Master Purchase and Sale Agreement, which they will not provide....we then file a Motion to Compel and hope they dismiss the case before the hearing. So if that "Master Purchase and Sale Agreement" is the magic document that all things can hinge on with a junk debt buyer, what is our angle with an original creditor? There is not Purchase and Sale Agreement since it's the original creditor. What hope d
  7. Thank you. The response from the attorney could possibly have been an automated reply. I'm not for sure. I actually just now received another message from her email account...both messages are just the generic: THIS IS A COMMUNICATION FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR. This email may contain confidential information which is intended for those named above. If you are not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any use, distribution, dissemination, reproduction or copying of the email is prohibited. If you have received this email in error, please notify the sender by email and delete
  8. I had sent a Cease and Desist to a debt collector back in September 2020. They filed a lawsuit against me about 3 months later in December 2020. I filed my answer with the court and also served them with discovery. Time passed and they replied to my discovery via USPS. I followed up their reply with an email, requesting some specific information they had left out of their discovery reply. I sent the email with a "read receipt requested". I received three (3) replies to that email. One from a generic "attorney@...." and the two came from specific people at
  9. Thanks again. It looks like OK is a "right to cure" state only in regards to Mortgages? .... not sure, can't find anything specific to other types of debt. 014 Oklahoma Statutes Title 46. Mortgages §46-44. https://law.justia.com/codes/oklahoma/2014/title-46/section-46-44/ I failed to answer your earlier question about their petition....here's a copy of that https://drive.google.com/file/d/1dbgrseYPPwSXNZAIKl8PkuuR-tRV-Cnn/view?usp=sharing
  10. Thank you. Right, I have a 10 page Discovery document that I served on Cavalry in a different case. DEFENDANT'S REQUESTS FOR ADMISSIONS, INTERROGATORIES, AND REQUEST FOR PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS. However, Cavalry is a junk debt buyer, but in this present case with Capital One, they are the original creditor, so I am uncertain of what questions/docs I might need to change up for an original creditor
  11. District Court, just over $10K I'm wanting to buy some time, so I'd like to serve Discovery to prolong things a bit. Bankruptcy is probably happening soon.
  12. Need Discovery to serve on Machol and Johanne / Capital One...the original creditor. I'm sure there's one somewhere in this forum, but I have yet to find it. Can someone point me to a document please? I'm in Oklahoma if it matters.