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  1. Trying to advise my friend on how to proceed with CC collection lawsuit from Capital One. This is in Maryland. The complaint form for court shows attorney signature and address. In the section where it shows "application and affidavit in support of judgement" shows a check mark that 'itemized statement of account' is attached, but there is no signature or date at bottom of form for affiant. I mentioned this to my friend and he was wondering if that is needed because lawyer signed a section of the complaint elsewhere and since an affidavit is attached. Looking over the Affidavit and googling the Notary, it appears the Cap One employees are playing tag team and alternating who 'plays' the role of notary and who claims to have knowledge of the debt. Their names alternate in different documents Ive found in other CC Debt collection cases. So I am wondering two things. Is the complaint valid without actual date and signing of affiant ? Is this a clear act of robosigning and bad faith by notary/employees of Cap 1 ? Thanks.
  2. New York State's Chief Judge has set new rules on debt collection cases. Great changes that should be adopted nationwide. Please see: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/05/01/nyregion/top-state-judge-tightens-rules-on-debt-collection.html?_r=1