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  1. Hi gang, this is my next item on the agenda as I continue to battle Midland. Last week was my opposition to Midland's 'Motion to Vacate Judgement and Set Aside' (Look for that post elsewhere on the forum; just the fact that I am now preparing a Motion for Summary Disposition is a clue as to how last Friday's events turned out). The trial date is set for a few weeks down the road; in the meantime I am going to hit them with a MSJ (it's actually a MSD in Michigan). This'll be a two-parter; first comes the motion, then comes the brief. I followed the exact form that Plaintiff followed when they filed their own MSJ on me last August. DEFENDANT’S MOTION FOR SUMMARY DISPOSITION PURSUANT TO MCR 2.116 © (10) Now comes Defendant Beefer Real, Pro Se, for his Motion for Summary Disposition pursuant to MCR 2.116 © (10) states as follows: 1) That on or about June 20, 2013, Plaintiff filed his action, and Defendant was properly served. 2) The action filed by the Plaintiff was related to a credit card account that Plaintiff alleges belonged to the Defendant and was allegedly procured by Plaintiff from Chase Bank. 3) Defendant sent Request for Discovery via certified mail with return receipt to Plaintiff’s council on Xxxxxx xx, xxxx. Defendant received Plaintiff’s answers on or about Xxxxx xx, xxxx. 4) That Plaintiff, after an adequate period of discovery, has not been able to produce, and will not be able to produce, evidence sufficient to allow the trier of fact to find that Defendant is indebted to the Plaintiff. 5) The Plaintiff has used hearsay statements in the pleadings of this case. 6) That an examination of the attached documentation originally provided by Plaintiff, along with Plaintiff’s responses to interrogatories during discovery, has left Plaintiff with a lack of standing. Without standing, the case cannot be ruled in Plaintiffs favor. WHEREFORE, Defendant respectfully requests that this Honorable Court grant judgement in Defendant’s favor and dismiss this suit with prejudice. Dated: Xxxxxx xx, xxxx _____________________________ Beefer Real