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  1. I am currently being sued by MF in Delaware for $750. I answered their complaint and then soon after the sent me their interrogatories and also filed for summary judgment prior to the trial date. I did answer the interrogatories and I also showed up in court to contest the summary judgement. I also sent them my own interrogatories along with a request for production of documents. The lawyer for Midland withdrew his summary judgment since obviously I showed up in court and he did not have enough evidence to go forth with it. He was basically fumbling around and a nervous wreck and was asking th
  2. First thanks for reading this! Back Story: I recently, the last couple of years have been attempting to clean up my credit report, paid of most as I don't have all that many trade lines on my account. I more recently came across a article post which you can view here, that basically states that because every state has different SOL's which a collection agency can go after debt for, if that time has expired the CRA's are supposed to remove these items off of your report. Question: Is this information true? How would I go about removing the collections off my report?
  3. Was wondering if anyone has suceesfully used the Delaware Choice of Law provision to invoke the 3 year SOL as opposed to the California 4 years SOL. I have an alleged debt and it is about 8 months out of the 4 year SOL. I am expecting the CA to file suit any day now and have been reading up on possible strategies.