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  1. Received a letter that I have a notice of hearing on 6/24 as a status conference. Received a packet from their lawyer saying my request for review was denied because it is my debt according to them. Included a whole bunch of statements, bill of sale to midland, and a affidavit for a witness. Is this a good thing or bad?
  2. Received a letter that I have a notice of hearing on 6/24 as a status conference. Received a packet from their lawyer saying my request for review was denied because it is my debt according to them. Included a whole bunch of statements, bill of sale to midland, and a affidavit for a witness. Is this a good thing or bad?
  3. OK everything is filed. Received a letter 2 days later for hearing set in about 2 months. Is that normal or does that mean the judge is not going to grant the MTC?
  4. OK everything is filed. Received a letter 2 days later for hearing set in about 2 months. Is that normal or does that mean the judge is not going to grant the MTC?
  5. Do I sign the answer and MTC and sign and notarize the affidavit then make the 2 copies or make 3 copies of everything and sign them all and notarize 3 copies of the affidavit?
  6. Final question maybe LOL. I have my Answer with attached sheet (due to not enough room), exibit with the credit agreement, Motion to Compel Arbitration, Affidavit for credit agreement and again the credit agreement. Do I make 3 copies of these before I go to the clerk of court and have them all stamped then they get one copy, I get one copy, and send the Plaintiffs Lawyer the 3rd copy?
  7. @PercybI am trying to figure out how to file an mct in WI. Would you happen to have a redacted version I could use? I need to try to file my anser and MCT tomorrow or tuesday. answer must be received by 2pm on June 1st.
  8. Yes its the same case. @BackFromTheDebt mentioned to look into this subfourm so I thought asking here for the mct would help. @BulldogerI did and it says I have the right to arbitration.
  9. Ok. So do I want to put case number and plaintiff/defendant info on the attached sheet? Also I am trying to figure this whole MTC paper out. Do you know if I need to file for a hearing date along with it? Or just file it with this and let them figure a hearing date out?
  10. So here is what I got for the answer. I am working on the MTC now. I am just trying to figure out how to have the corect format. Attachment for answer.pdf SC-5200V.pdf
  11. This is what I can find under my counties civil section. There is nothing under small claims All motions to compel discovery pursuant to Wis. Stat. § 804 must be accompanied by a statement in writing by the movant that after consultation with the opposing party and sincere attempts to resolve their differences the parties are unable to reach an accord. Such statement shall recite the date, place and name of all parties participating in such discussions. The court may upon its own initiative after reasonable notice, or pursuant to a motion, limit the number of depositions and interrogatories and may also limit the length of depositions. The frequency and extent of the use of the discovery methods otherwise permitted or limited by these rules may be further limited if the court determines that:the discovery sought is unreasonably cumulative or duplicative, or is obtainable from some other source that is more convenient, less burdensome, or less expensive; the party seeking discovery has had ample opportunity by discovery in the action to obtain the information sought; or the burden or expense of the proposed discovery outweighs its benefit, taking into account the needs of the case, the amount in controversy, the parties’ resources, the importance of the issues at stake in the litigation, the importance of the proposed discovery in resolving the issues. Other Motions Motion Practice. Motions shall be heard at a date and time set by the judge or judicial assistant. It is the attorney’s responsibility to schedule the motion with the court, and a motion filed only with the clerk of court will not be scheduled until a specific request by phone or in writing is made of the court for a hearing date and time. Motions, supporting documents and briefs should be filed with the court and served on the nonmoving party at least twenty (20 days before the hearing date unless provided otherwise by these rules or order of the court. The opposing party should serve and file a written response at least five (5) days before the hearing. Motion hearing dates will not be set until motion is filed.
  12. I cannot find anything in the WI rules about arbitration or how to draft
  13. So on my answer, there is 18 things numbered out on thier complaint. Do number 1 through 18 and deny all of them except for my name and address then do number 19 and put in affirmative defense then 20 would be the MCT?
  14. I need to file my answer and MTC this week. I am trying to figure out how to do the MTC. Is there a court form to fill out or do I just type up a random letter and add it to the answer as an attached letter? Please help I am new to this and confused.
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