I'm not really understanding when you say "if complaint was not verified? Also what written contract? If you are referring to when I got the credit card, I'm not sure, probably in 2007, and they say @November 2008 is when I breached the agreement.
You are saying to put on #4 where it says affirmative defense, I put "The complaint fails to state a cause of action on which relief could be granted?
So all the other questions do not need to be answered?
Superior Court, County of Stanislaus
Yes, this is where I live.
I just was looking over the summons and it does give the "cause of actions" that they are alleging.
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