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BB&t is suing me. I filed my answer mostly no knowledge and therefore deny and included affirmative defenses. Now they have filed a motion to strike my affirmative defenses as well as interrogatories, request to produce, certificate of completion, request for admissions. I have no idea what to do now. I don’t want to loose and incur more legal fees?
Okay Folks, So here's a question for you. I've been searching the forums for what's allowed to be asked in interrogatories. It's my understanding that Discovery in General can be very broad. In this case, I am the Plaintiff and ACME Collections is the Defendant in a TCPA case. I noticed requesst in their Interogatories for very specific information that doesn't really have relavance to the case. I know that people often object to requests for admissions or interogatories in Discovery, but are you really required to answer detailed questions like: List every place that Weary Traveler
Trying to understand how to respond to interogatoies request for admissions and production in a fcra credit pull case Some of the request seem redundant not asking for actual damages in case not requesting experts for a credit pull case also i think asking for my credit report is not required, since thats what i am suing about asking about jail or prison records and questions is irrelavant to case Exhibit A i never recieved in mail recieved thru email from attorney a piece of mail they say was sent 2 years ago Exhibit B was recieved thru email in a response to a intent to sue letter DEFI