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  1. Does anyone have any information about The Lyric company llc. I have searched and searched and I have found no address, phone number, not even a state. Are they real?? I am starting to think they and unifund are one in the same.
  2. I live in Georgia. I searched online for some kind of rule/code/law on what creditor should have in their complaint but cant find anything. Honestly how was I or anyone being sued supposed to know what they are talking about if # isn't in there.
  3. Hi all again. I got summons back in april for a first usa debt they claimed I owed on. working on summary judgement response. I just realized that no where did they include the account # they say I owe an amount to. Not in summons,admission of fact,interrogatories, or produce document request. Only time I saw an account # was when they requested a Motion of summary judgement. Is that legal? shouldn't they include the account they are talking about in their summons and all other info they requested. what if a person had more than one account with First USA or if they are suing for a completely different account than the person thought they were? Thanks
  4. I just wanna make sure I'm doing this right When referring to the other party's (Plaintiffs) exhibit how do I do that. Do I include them as my own exhibit or refer to them as Plaintiffs PAGE TITLE Exhibit A EXHIBIT TITLE Just wondering b/c if I include them as my own Exhibits I would have to use the same sequence that is on or cross it out(ugly). So can I right Exhibit C before Exhibit A if I refer to it first and they already have C on it
  5. Hi Merrybuck (I like that) I was wondering if I could get a copy of your case in 2008 http://www.debt-consolidation-credit-repair-service.com/forums/showthread.php?t=284041 . whether in email, msg or online copy. Is there a link to it? I searched and WOW it would take hours to find yours and I might not at all. Thanks
  6. sorry was posting when u did. So if I move somewhere that has a 10, 20 or none I can get sued forever. that's just really confusing!!!! If the Ga courts now consider Credit Cards contracts then the other laws for contracts apply. State that governs is the state contract was made. Yes/No??
  7. Ok I found this I get the first part but what does and by the law of the state where it is to be performed when the issue is one concerning performance mean? Also was wondering about what curtis825 said. Since my 4 years was up according to them in May 2007 can I use case laws around during that time. As far as the Del and Fl SOL go. thanks bevj2 for input. but if I was a fl resident when card issued and up until default and up until sol in fl wouldn't that SOl also apply. Just because I moved to another state doesn't mean the contract is now under the law of that state even though card was never used while resident of GA...does it. I want to send this in tomorrow. Should I follow a motion to dismiss with it or wait? Any help appreciated THANKS
  8. But doesn't the Delaware SOL prevail as per agreement? Also I was a Fl resident when the SOL occured (5 years) Another Q doesn't US supreme court overrule. There are two court findings defining credit card as an open account. Can't find the other (if anyone knows of others please post) http://www.usdoj.gov/osg/briefs/2002/2pet/6invit/2002-0857.pet.ami.inv.html
  9. How do I write that Do I just write statute of limitations on this type of debt has expired and Defendant asserts the affirmative defence of Statues of Limitation for... Thanks
  10. This has been going on since April and they sent me a MSJ last week. I did some digging and came up with this. I am going to file a motion to dismiss too, not sure how to word it. I know this is LONG but please someone look over and help me make it LAWYERISH ....THANKS IN THE STATE COURT OF HOUSTON COUNTY STATE OF GEORGIA some company Assignee of First USA Bank, N.A. Plaintiff, vs. ME Defendant. DEFENDENTS RESPONSE TO PLAINTIFFS MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGEMENT COMES NOW, ME, Defendant and responds some company Motion For Summary Judgement as follows According to Plaintiffs letter to Defendant Exhibit A the account was charged off on January 25th 2004. This statement does not show last payment made by defendant. According to the Cardmember Agreement paragraph titled Default/Collection Cost (Exhibit B pg 4 of 6) account is in default if “(1) in any month we do not receive your minimum monthly payment by the payment due date”. Plaintiff has failed to provide any evidence as to when account went into default, but yet continues to claim that last payment on account was dated May 5, 2003 (Exhibit C). Defendant has requested proof of this claim but Plaintiff has failed and refused to provide such proof. Defendant made payments for disability and unemployment protection services offered by First USA. Defendant requested these services take affect after being medically discharged from the Air Force. Her request was denied for both disability and unemployment. First USA is at default for denying services as agreed upon. Per Plaintiff's Affidavit in Support of Plaintiff's Motion for Summary Judgement paragraph 6, “On or about November 17, 1995, Defendant applied for a Visa credit card”. Defendant was a resident of the state of Florida during this time and continued to be until, or about, September 2003(see Exhibit D Florida DMV Record), said account was in default prior to then. According to Florida State Law the Statute of limitation is 5 years . Under the Federal Truth in Lending Act § 15 a credit card account is legally defined as an "open" account which is defined as credit extended by a business to a customer, charge account, credit account, charge account credit, open-end credit, revolving credit - a consumer credit line that can be used up to a certain limit or paid down at any time, revolving charge account - a charge account that does not have to be paid to zero balance. The Act is in Title I of the Consumer Credit Protection Act and is implemented by the Federal Reserve Board via Regulation Z (12 C.F.R. Part 226). The Regulation has effect and force of federal law. Open-end Credit Transactions: Open-end credit includes bank and gas company credit cards, stores' revolving charge accounts, and cash- advance checking accounts. Typical features: Creditors reasonably expect the consumer to make repeated transactions. Creditors may impose finance charges on the unpaid balance. As the consumer pays the outstanding balance, the amount of credit is once again available to the consumer Federal Law supersedes State Law or a State Court's interpretation. OCGA § 7-5-2(4) and OCGA § 44-14-3(a) define a credit card as revolving, thus making it an open account. As indicated, the Federal Truth in Lending Act clearly defines credit cards as open end accounts and in the state of Georgia, that would be a four year statute. Georgia's statutes provide, OCGA § 11-2-725. Statute of limitations in contracts for sale (1) An action for breach of any contract for sale must be commenced within four years after the cause of action has accrued. By the original agreement the parties may reduce the period of limitation to not less than one year but may not extend it. and § 9-3-25. All actions upon open account, or for the breach of any contract not under the hand of the party sought to be charged, or upon any implied promise or undertaking shall be brought within four years after the right of action accrues. However, this Code section shall not apply to actions for the breach of contracts for the sale of goods under Article 2 of Title 11. Plaintiff's Affidavit in Support of Plaintiff's Motion for Summary Judgement paragraph 7 states that the terms and conditions of the contract are set forth in the current Credit Card Agreement (Exhibit B titled cardmember agreement). According to the Cardmember Agreement under paragraph titled Assignment (Exhibit B pg 5) “Governing Law: This agreement and your account will be governed by the Law of the State of Delaware and, as applicable by Federal Law.” This makes Plaintiff's claim moot for two reasons 1) claim was filed in the State of Georgia not Delaware and 2) 10 Del.C. § 8106. Actions subject to 3-year limitation provides that Statute of limitations in Delaware is three years for open accounts, written contracts and oral agreements. Conclusion Defendant disagrees that Plaintiff is entitled to a judgement as a matter of law and further states that O.C.G.A. § 9-11-56(e) provides that “nothing in this Code section shall be construed as denying to any party the right to trial by jury where there are substantial issues of fact to be determined.” Because the Defendant was not a Georgia resident and the account is governed by the State of Delaware, Defendant respectfully submits that the Court should dismiss, deny and find invalid the Plaintiff's complaint and Motion for Summary Judgement, and prays for Dismissal of the complaint by the Plaintiff.
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