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  1. My experience with Lawkitty in Florida: 

    I want to take a moment to thank Lawkitty for all the great work on a JDB lawsuit in Florida, she is an amazing lawyer and a wonderful person besides the fact that she is affordable. She always replied to all my inquires and emails very quick and after taking my case it was dropped a few weeks after. From the very first moment that I hired her, I felt in great hands with all her patience and all her knowledge. 

    If you or someone you know has been sued by one of the blood suckers in Florida, don't hesitate! hire Lawkitty, you will not regret it! 

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      LawKitty

      Thanks for the kind words

  2. Hello! xo

    I've messaged you, hoping you might be available for a consult. ❤️

    Best,

    BeachyKeen xo

    1. LawKitty

      LawKitty

      I don’t get on here as much so just saw this. If you still need help, email me at marymorelly@lawyer.com 

  3. Hi LawKitty, 

    Thank you so much for helping so many of us out.  I have some questions reguarding a Small Claims suit In Florida 11th Circuit , I have been reading most of your posts.  My questions are:

    1. Should you request for production of any certified mail that included the statutory notice of assignment dated at least 30 days before them filing their lawsuit ?  Or should you just file a notirized affidavit without the request to production?  

    2. If the  company suing you in this case "Calvary SPV I LLC" has admitted to not having a contract for a credit card accout, is that a base for a Motion to summary judgement?  

    It's a little confusing.  I've read that if its a revolving account to where you were charged interest they have to produce a contract.  But they (cavalry) say it is for:

    Count 1) "Account Stated"    Count 2) Money Lent   Count 3) Quantum Meruit                                                                       But   Neither one Of these seem correct my understanding is these are all for "goods and services" or non Contractual... But a credit card is very much contractual whith interest.   :(  Im so confused.  I hope you can help me a little. 

     

    Thank you. SOOOOO much. 

    Colombia :D 

    1. LawKitty

      LawKitty

      Credit cards are an unusual animal.  Many times people accept a credit card offer over the phone, or electronically, so there really isn't a 'signed' contract in the traditional sense.  You basically agree to the terms of the cardmember agreement if you use the card.  And of course, they can change the cardmember agreement as many times as they want and each time you use the card, you agree to the new terms, etc.  Many plaintiffs will attach a copy of the cardmember agreement as a copy of the contract, but I have never seen one that had a signature on it, and most of them don't even have a name on them.  That's why they generally sue under Account Stated or Open Account, rather than Breach of Contract, too.

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  4. Hi LawKitty, 

    Thank you so much for helping so many of us out.  I have some questions reguarding a Small Claims suit In Florida 11th Circuit , I have been reading most of your posts.  My questions are:

    1. Should you request for production of any certified mail that included the statutory notice of assignment dated at least 30 days before them filing their lawsuit ?  Or should you just file a notirized affidavit without the request to production?  

    2. If the  company suing you in this case "Calvary SPV I LLC" has admitted to not having a contract for a credit card accout, is that a base for a Motion to summary judgement?  

    It's a little confusing.  I've read that if its a revolving account to where you were charged interest they have to produce a contract.  But they (cavalry) say it is for:

    Count 1) "Account Stated"    Count 2) Money Lent   Count 3) Quantum Meruit                                                                       But   Neither one Of these seem correct my understanding is these are all for "goods and services" or non Contractual... But a credit card is very much contractual whith interest.   :(  Im so confused.  I hope you can help me a little. 

     

    Thank you. SOOOOO much. 

    Colombia :D 

    1. LawKitty

      LawKitty

      Cavalry can fairly difficult to fight. There are arguments or affirmative defenses for all 3 counts but they don't have to produce a signed contract under any of those.  Cavalry will most likely not have all the documents to prove the debt. I would do both an affidavit and do a request for admissions regarding the notice of assignment.  They will probably serve you interrogatories or requests to produce. Calvary likes to do that and try to get you to prove the debt for them.

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