The way this service works does not allow us to take faxes or emails and it is likely too long to put in here. If the offer to compromise is fair then you can settle with them for the amount and they will dismiss the case against you. For now, until you find an attorney, you can file a "general denial" and you can find it here
. A general denial is permitted in a limited civil case even where the complaint orcross-complaint is verified. (Code Civ. Proc., § 431.30(d);1 see also Code Civ.Proc., § 92(b) [answer in limited civil case need not be verified, even when thecomplaint is verified].)
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