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  1. Hello, I'm currently in the process of helping my sister fight a lawsuit brought against her by PORTFOLIO RECOVERY. The original creditor was G.E. Money. We’ve already gotten through the process of filing an answer, responding to the interrogatories, and serving them with a Bill of Particulars. The question I have is regarding their response to the Bill of Particulars. The following is portion of the letter that was sent to my sister. [Pursuant to Ca Civ. Proc. 454: A demand for bill of particulars may be served on the plaintiff only in an action on "an account." A Bill of Particulars is not appropriate in an action on an account stated, because an account stated is deemed to merge the various items which the earlier accounts were based: i.e., there is nothing left to itemize] Any help with interpreting this reply to her BOP and what her next move should be would be greatly appreciated. Thank You
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