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  1. Cach, LLC, represented by Mandarich, sued me for breach of personal guarantee on alleged defaulted loan for $205K. Trial is 4/16/18 and FSC is 4/10/2018. All docs with exception of Trial Briefs have been submitted. Trying to get them to dismiss for lack of standing that is more egregious than usual. Here's what I wrote to their lawyer (who hasn't been a member of Cal Bar for even a year):In the Complaint CACH alleges that it is the “assignee of original creditor Bank of Internet,” but the “Bill of Sale” offered as EXHIBIT 1 to the JOINT EXHIBIT LIST states that CACH purchased some “Charge
  2. Can anyone please tell me why a plaintiff in California does not need to file a proof of service? I am sued by a collection agency thru. a law firm, and I really need to find out if they do not need to file proof of service and went ahead file a default judgement. Thanks!