hudserby

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  1. So, I sent the re-done answer letter (on 100% recycled paper) on Tues. Today (friday) I get a filled out CM-110 form from the collection agency's lawyer. I guess that means there is a Case Management meeting at 8am on Tuesday 12/20. Is this when the date for the hearing is set? Do I need to be prepared for this in any way other than bringing all the correspondences and postal receipts?
  2. I ended up finding (after going to 3 different stores) some recycled paper. I will post everything in the sheet they sent me so someone else can get some use out of it.
  3. I got a letter on Sat. Saying that my answer was rejected. 1. The fee is $180.00 2. It did not conform to "Rule 201", which is a list of requirements including: -Recycled paper must be used -Lines numbered -Holes punched -Size of paper, type, type style must conform. They sent a "pleading rejection sheet" with all the details I needed to address. I had gone down to the court in person to request some form like this, but they said they didn't have anything like that, and to "just copy the format of the summons". They also didn't tell me that there would be a $180.00 fee. Now It's past the 30 d
  4. I already sent in the answer. Basically a modified template. I probably did it wrong. Can I send another one or is it too late? This is what I put in it: FIRST AMENDED ANSWERS,DEFENSES AND COUNTERCLAIMS, Defendant, appearing pro se, for its reply to the Complaint for Money $2,551.86 states as follows: All Answers correspond to the numbered paragraphs of the Complaint. All allegations of the Complaint are denied unless expressly admitted herein. ANSWERS 1. In response to paragraph #5, the Defendant disputes the alleged debt, as solicited in paragraph #5 of the complaint. 2. In response to para
  5. I'm not even sure what kind of account it is. They never told me what it was. I'm guessing it was a credit card account. I just sent my response in today certified mail-return receipt, and it's within the 30 days (I have another week). I created a document using some of the examples here. I hope it's OK. I just sent the dispute today using
  6. Hi, I'm being sued by a Lawyer for a debt that I'm certain is way past statute of limitations. I need to send an answer, but I'm not sure which template to use. I'm a little confused by all the information here. Here's the info: 1. Who is suing you? Palasades Collection, LLC 2. For how much? $2551.86 3. Who is the original creditor? Chase Manhattan Bank 4. How do you know you are being sued? served with papers 5. How were you served? Were you served? My wife was served at home 6. What was your correspondence (if any) with the people suing you before you think you were being sued? I received
  7. Hi, I have a quick question. I'm getting called by lawyers about a supposed outstanding debt of around $2500. The original creditor was Chase Manhattan credit card. The lawyers office that called have told me that there already was a judgement. I don't recall this debt, but if anything it may have been a shared card with my ex-wife who went bankrupt in 1996. In any case, I wouldn't have made any payment on this account in well over 7 years. Wouldn't this be past the 6 year NY (and 4 year Ca) statute of limitations? Also, I contacted the County Clerk. They have a website where you can do a sear