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  1. Good evening, I am at my wits end trying to figure out how to answer this summons I received on March 29, 2016 at my place. I have been reading the forums and was thinking maybe I should do the "general denial" form. I on the complaint it states "the true names and capacities, of defendants named herin as DOES 1 through 5, inclusive, are unknown to plaintiff, who therefore sues said defendants by such ficticious names, and plaintiff will amend this complaint to show their true names and capacities when the same have been ascertained." Quick overview of my story, Feb 2014 out on disability from work, exhausted disability went to unemployment, lost unemployment Feb 2015.. since then I have been struggling. Now fighting for custody of my daughter in the courts currently, I am in need of bugtime help. Oh, I am not working, going through some disability challenges. Thank you for whatever help I am able to get.
  2. Quantum Meruit - How should I answer? Sued by Midland, and second Claim For Relief: IN THE ALTERNATIVE, Plaintiff pleads a claim of Quantum Meruit. Plaintiff incorporates into this claim paragraph 1. Principles of equity also require Defendant to pay for the benefit conferred on Defendant by the Original Credit's Extension of Credit. Defendant was fully aware of the benefit received. Under the circumstances, it would be unjust to allow this benefit without requiring Defendant to pay the value thereof.