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That is odd. I entered the question in the business law section....the system must have moved it or something.
Not a mortgage loan...business loan...no collateral.
An answer has been filed for the complaint. Over 1 year ago.
An Attorney (more than one) has been retained for the corp and myself and my wife.
The subpoena was filed just the other day, Feb 27, 2013
The reason I'm posting this question is I'm looking for a source to help validate the actions of my attorney(s).
I'm looking for input based on legal theory.
My lawyers haven't filed any motions....which may be part of my issue. That is why I suspect a need a source to validate their behavior.
So on the subpoena where it says in order to quash I need to file a motion (to avoid the production of records) that would be a "motion to dismiss myself and my wife"?
And on the corp side it would be a motion to dismiss based on the illegal nature of the lending agreement (usury and absence of lending license)?
Will the filing of these motions delay the need to produce the documents until the motion is decided on?
This is helping....I just need a specific strategy so I can manage my lawyers.....which I'm definitely not good at and they definitely resist.
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