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  1. Hi all, I really wish I had come across this site sooner than my deadline (tomorrow) to respond to the interrogatories, production, and admissions because I would have been able to sift through more responses here. Would anyone be willing to review what I have answered (many from this site, thanks!) and help with some answers that I have left out? I lost some steam and ideas to respond with around #8. I've "beat" the rent a lawyer from this office once in small claims and had a case dismissed but this one is large enough to be in Civil Court and I don't want to shoot myself in
  2. Hello, this is my first post. I received a request for admissions, interrogatories, and request for production of documents. I found this previous thread and used it as my basis for responses. I tried to write everything as verbatim as possible. I am in the State of Pennsylvania. I am assuming compounded interrogatories are allowed. (Please reference Interrogatory No.3) Also, I am not sure if I need to provide three separate response pages for the admissions, interrogatories, and production of documents. I have already formatted three separate pieces of paper with the answers.
  3. Short Summary: 1 - Plaintiff: Citibank, South Dakota (N.A.) 2 - Plaintiff's Attorney: The Moore Law Group 3 - State: California 4 - Limited civil case - sued for in the neighborhood of $17K 5 - The debt is not past statute of limitations 6 - Served by substituted service 7 - Complaint answered (Complaint was unverified) 8 - Long period of inactivity on both sides 9 - No discovery propounded on either side 10 - Plaintiff filed CMC Statement 12 - Trial got set 13 - Defendant (me) sent a CCP96 request and a request for BOP 14 - Plaintiff sent response to BOP and a response to CCP96 statement an
  4. I recently received a summons to superior court in Georgia for a credit card I know nothing about. The plaintiff is Cavalry SPV and the attorney is Hanna & Assoc. I answered the summons, and now I am drafting responses to the Request for Admission of Facts, Request for Production of Documents, and Interrogatories. I am listing the questions and my answers below -- I would sincerely appreciate any advice or critiques, as this process has a very steep learning curve. Thank you in advance. Request for Admission of Facts 1. You applied for, and received, a credit card account No.XXXX
  5. I've spent hours on this site formulating my response to the first set of interrogatories, request for admissions and request for production of documents. Would you mind reviewing my answers to confirm they are legally sound? I did have this account and owe money, but due to loss of employment I can neither pay my debt nor hire an attorney. I truly appreciate your assistance! STATE OF INDIANA IN THE XXXXXX SUPERIOR COURT II COUNTY OF XXXXXX CAUSE NO. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX ASSET ACCEPTANCE, LLC
  6. I received lawsuit for jdb the day I was due to respond. I panicked and answered response simply that the debt was not valid, with no affirmative defenses whatsoever. Now it is time to answer their interrogs and productions of documents etc. I see that they want to know my defenses in the interrogs, which I understand I must answer. So it appears, after much post- study to my "answer" in court, that because I did not include any affirmative defenses, I may not use them ever without the plaintiff claiming prejudice. 1 What I wanted to know is if anybody knows how to word a request to the
  7. being sued by UNIfund CCR,NA i've done pretty good so far reading the boards and online stuff , now i already filled out a answer form for their request for admissions, i still have a request for production and form interrogatories to fill out but i'm looking for forms for these two so i can fill them out online and print does anyone have a template for these for california civil courts ..if you do i appreciate the link or form .. Thanks stormy p also any advice on how to answer interrogatories would be useful too..
  8. I read this post on the forum about a state that has a rule that says they have to provide the document. DEFENDANT’S DEMAND FOR THE PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS PURSUANT TO R. 4:18-2 Pursuant to Rule 4:18-2, Defendant hereby demands that Plaintiff serve copies of the following documents cited in the complaint within 5 days after service of this request as prescribed by the Rules of Court. 1. “an agreement” in Plaintiff’s Complaint statement #2 Does anyone know if there is such a rule/law in Oregon? I did a search and read UTCR Chapter 2 and don't see anything. I had previously requested thes
  9. Good afternoon all - I realize that we are in the midst of the holidays, but was really looking for some input on the production of docs I intend to serve upon a Junk Debt Buyer (Plaintiff) here in CA. I already have served a Bill of Particulars - with limited response (which I intend to motion a strike of evidence submitted). And I already have my Special Interrogatories and Request for Admissions prepared and ready to go. Just wasn't super confident about my prod. of docs. So, if you would be so kind as to review what I have and let me know what you think - it would be greatly apprec