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  1. Hi everyone, Just received a letter from Asset's Law firm with a court date of July 15th. Plaintiff's Motion to Strike Answer and for Summary Disposition. They want theirsubmitted paperwork to be Prima Facie evidence, stating the Defendant failed to state a valid defense and failed to file a counter affidavit to theirs. I had sent a Discovery request on the 25th of May requesting the Cardmember Agreement and proof of Initial transactions, along with documents showingdefault date, charge-off date, the Purchase Agreement and Bill of Sale. It's ironic that they filed their Motion on June 7, just a week after I requested the items above. I will try to post the Motion in the next couple of days for you. I'm assuming this is normal procedure on their part. Just need some advice on how to handle this. Should I be filing anything, or just go in on the 15th and ask the Judge to compel them to produce the CA, initial transaction records, default and charge-off statements, and the Purchase Agreement, letting him know that is ALL I've been asking for all along, and we wouldn't be wasting the court's time if they would just provide it. Here in MI I know of at least one Judge that has requested production of the CA upon the Defendant's request. When they didn't produce it in a timely manner, I believe he dismissed it with prejudice. I hope that more courts begin to take that stance. Once they've provided those documents there's really nothing more to argue about. THANKS AGAIN to all of you who have been of such great help here! Best to you, buddyapple
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