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  1. i understand. i was definitely going to mail in enough time for them to get by the court date. no plans to try to rush at the last minute. i was just wondering if them having months notice was necessary.
  2. Question. Since the newly rescheduled court date is months away, should i wait to send copy of Answer to JDB/plaintiff? Can i wait until the week before the case for example? There is no date on my swrn denl/answer that it must be mailed by a certain date, but it was stamped/notarized by the court. I used this form: sworn_denial_ia_-_dec_2012 (1).pdf
  3. Yes. It seems as long as the plaintiff/JDB get the answer by the court date Im okay. The court has my Answer so if anyone is at odds at least that was received within 30 days. What about the MTC? Should i just bring to court? Or file in advance? edited to add: I"ll just continue reading
  4. So based on this, its not too late (i suppose). I think i answered my own question. But if anyone has anything to add please do. I think the rescheduled court date, months away, is throwing me off. But It seems as long as they get the answer by the court date Im okay. The court has my Answer so if anyone is at odds at least that was received within 30 days.
  5. Ok now i see the confusion. Im in Gen Sess Court. The summons wording i was looking at was for chancery and circuit court.
  6. Ok. I found it. I had to reword my search a little.
  7. Nothing on the complaint/summons. Only that i have right to protect certain assets, etc, etc. Im still trying to find rules of civil procedure that said i had thirty days ( it is 30 days in TN i just need to find that info again). But in the meantime i had found a generic summons form on tncourt site yesterday that mentioned sending to plaintiff within 30 days. My summons said nothing and said i could "answer" date of hearing. πŸ˜•
  8. Nothing on the complaint/summons. Only that i have right to protect certain assets, etc, etc. Im still trying to find rules of civil procedure that said i had thirty days ( it is 30 days in TN i just need to find that info again). But in the meantime i had found a generic summons form on tncourt site yesterday that mentioned sending to plaintiff within 30 days. My summons said nothing and said i could "answer" date of hearing. πŸ˜•
  9. I think i just made a huge mistake. As much as I have been reading over the past week i totally missed this. I filed my answer on the 27 day. I thought it was only necessary to get the answer to court by that day. Its been notarized and filed with my case. I see it online. However, i think the plaintiff/JDB was also supposed to receive or be mailed answer within 30 days. Is that correct? I was thrown off by the fact that all court dates have been canceled due to the coronavirus. my court date is now in September and not this week. Because the court date was rescheduled i incorr
  10. Im curious OP @catlady22 did PRA have reason to believe you could pay an $11000 judgement? Did they know your employment? Would they go this far if they werent sure they would prevail? Afterall, any of us could easily file bankruptcy after a loss like this.
  11. So are there any affirmative defenses if the JDB has attached credit card statements to the summons/lawsuit? In my case they attached an affidavit, last cc statement with charge off amount and cc statement with last payment posted. Was charged off 3 years ago. The amount is much higher than i remember but not sure how to validate. I could get copies from original creditor I suppose.