2 Feb

litigation and damages for lenders bad acts

The whole purpose of a trial is to resolve disputes about the facts of your case. If neither party can dispute the facts, then a motion for summary judgement can be filed. A summary judgement means the judge looks at the facts, applies the law, and makes a ruling — saving you both a lot of time, money, and anguish. If there is any dispute about the facts, then the judge will deny the motion. In other words, there is no reason to bring a case to trial unless there is evidence that should be heard by a jury.

Other motions include:

Motion to dismiss – The Defendant can request the case be thrown out because it doesn’t state any kind of claim that warrants an award; or, as we mentioned earlier, if the court lacks the subject matter jurisdiction or personal jurisdiction for the case, isn’t of the proper…

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  1. SYLVIA JONES February 2, 2013 at 9:57 am #

     I think that the Association will win this case. You May want to follow this case and keep us posted on this one

    LARRY BROWN vs all the Banks Case No. RIC1213926 in Riverside state court. It is my understanding that the case has been removed to federal court.

    Lifesavers Concepts Association assigned its rights pursuant to its contractual obligation with its member’s rights to property and claims to PLAINTIFF Larry Brown.   Thanks a bunch! Syl Jones


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