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1 hour ago, Goody_Ouchless said:

Yes - happens all the time. They are saying that your answer doesn't provide any compelling refutation of their evidence.

Thank you for your reply but I'm afraid I wasn't clear. I am the defendant and it is I who wants to motion for summary judgment. My question is whether or not I can do so as a procedural matter as I have already answered the summons and complaint of the plaintiffs. The basis of my motion would be a restating of each of the affirmative defenses I've already stated to each of the allegations in their complaint in my answer to it. Do you see any problem with that or would it depend on the court involved?
 

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43 minutes ago, TimeToWakeUp said:

Thank you for your reply but I'm afraid I wasn't clear. I am the defendant and it is I who wants to motion for summary judgment. My question is whether or not I can do so as a procedural matter as I have already answered the summons and complaint of the plaintiffs. The basis of my motion would be a restating of each of the affirmative defenses I've already stated to each of the allegations in their complaint in my answer to it. Do you see any problem with that or would it depend on the court involved?
 

What evidence did the plaintiff provide with the complaint?

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