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Hello all, I'm hoping I can get some help finishing up responding to these Special Interrogatories. These are due soon and any help would be greatly appreciated! Here is some information about the case - I was sued by Patenaude & Felix for a student loan that was transferred to National Collegiate Trust. I responded with a general denial affirming that I had at one point had a loan with the Original Creditor but denied all other claims stating that I didn't have enough information to admit nor deny the allegations of the amount etc. and so I denied them. Below are the interrogatories. I need to type up the Admissions still. _______________________________________ Special Interrogatory No. 1: State the approximate date YOU (for the purposes of these interrogatories, the term “YOU” and “YOUR” refer to Defendant(s) ______, and his or her agents, including but not limited to his or her attorneys, direct or indirect employees of or connected with his or her attorneys, anyone acting on his or her behalf, or anyone subject to this or her control) opened loan number ______ as referenced in the Note Disclosure Statement attached as Exhibit “1” to this discovery request with Original Creditor ________. Response No. 1: Special Interrogatory No. 2: State each and every fact, circumstance and/or evidence which in any way supports or substantiates YOUR contention that there is no amount due, owing or unpaid by YOU to Original Creditor ____. or Plaintiff National Collegiate Student Loan Trust 2. Response No. 2: Objection. Premature as it requests information from the Defendant, prior to the completion of discovery, to state all the facts supporting its present contentions and to speculate as to its future contentions. Special Interrogatory No. 3: State in detail each and every fact, circumstance and/or evidence of any dispute(s) remaining unresolved between YOU and Original Creditor ______ or Plaintiff National Collegiate Student Loan Trust. Response No. 3: Objection. Premature as it requests information from the Defendant, prior to the completion of discovery, to state all the facts, circumstances and/or evidence of any dispute(s) remaining unresolved. Special Interrogatory No. 4: State all facts upon which you base your denial of any of the paragraphs on the Complaint in this action. Response No. 4: Special Interrogatory No. 5: State all facts upon which you base each affirmative defense to the Complaint in this action. Response No. 5: Defendant did have an agreement _________. Special Interrogatory No. 6: State the dates and amounts of any and all payments made by YOU to Original Creditor _______. or Plaintiff National Collegiate Student Loan Trust, or any other assignee, within the last four (4) years. Response No. 6: After a reasonable inquiry and diligent search, the Defendant does not have any of the requested information. The Plaintiff should already be in possession of any such information if it exists. Special Interrogatory No. 7: State each and every date within the past 4 years wherein YOU disputed the charges with Original Creditor ________ or Plaintiff National Collegiate Student Loan Trust, or any other assignee, which form the basis of Plaintiff’s Complaint. Response No. 7: Defendant does not recall whether or not there have been any disputed charges within the past 4 years. Special Interrogatory No. 8: State the name, address, and telephone number of YOUR employer. Response No. 8: Objection. Not relevant to the subject matter of this action. Special Interrogatory No. 9: For each and every denial in Plaintiff’s Request for Admissions, state the reason for such denial. Response No. 9:
I'll try to keep this brief...I'm wondering if anyone can assist? I was contacted by a lawyer in Rhode Island in regards to alleged PRIVATE student loans from 2009 that would have been loaned to me through the school directly. If I owe the money I want to pay it, however I only have 20 days to file my response and I cannot get the school OR their lawyer to show me that I do in fact owe the money (I thought I only took out Federal loans, that's why I'm unsure of the validity of this debt). I have had consultations with two lawyers although I cannot afford to hire a lawyer AND pay the debt if it turns out there is proof of this debt. I want the schools lawyer to show me proof of the debt so I can ask them to settle for a lesser amount TODAY but they are not willing to show me any documentation. I understand a lawyer can file for discovery which will force the other lawyer to produce proof, however I can't afford a lawyer and I don't qualify for free or reduced legal aid. Can anyone tell me how to force them to show me the documentation that they have before going to court?? I just want to settle this matter! I would appreciate ANY input. Thank you!! Please see below for any additional information needed. -The debt is allegedly for $6,000 but they are suing me for $9,7000 for "fees and interest". - When I was served with the suit they attached one document: a signed enrollment agreement which explained what students should expect in terms of fees and tuition. It did NOT mention a loan. - The lawyer states that we spoke in March of 2015 regarding this debt and they were going to send me documentation of this debt. I do not recall such a conversation and I certainly never received any paperwork. I'm fairly certain this would be a violation of the fair collection act.... - Last year I requested a copy of my official transcript which the school provided. They state on their website that transcripts will not be provided to students with outstanding debt.