olvrtw Posted November 6, 2018 Report Share Posted November 6, 2018 Just noticed that the plaintiff attorney filed a Motion for Stay, and in the motion it states "... based on this request by the defendant, the plaintiff hereby moves this honorable Court to stay this court proceeding so that plaintiff may initiate the arbitration proceeding." So do I just sit back and relax at this point? File an objection, or anything? This is with Citi, and in their arbitration agreement it states that they will pay my arbitration fees as long as they do not relate to debt collection. In my motion I made no mention of any claims and whether or not my dispute will be related to debt collection or not, but I did request that they send me a check for $200 so that I may pay for AAA filing fee... Should I offer them a mutual dismiss with prejudice? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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