I respond, and did all on my own without legal advice. So I guest my answers could have been seen as disputing. I did not write that i agree with the complaints mentioned. The on the summary is "the defendant has denied liability on the account and disputes the proper balanced owed." What should I do with this? I am quite nervous over this.
Yes I reponded and guest I disputed it.
However, I do owe the debt. Answered on my own.
I did file an answer to the initial summons.
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Since they are sending me Motion for summary judgement saying I am disputing their suet. Will it be OK now to say "I agree" to the paragraphs on this one?
How do I answer the Memorandom In SUpport of Plaintiff's Motion fot SUmmary Judgemt? which was send when they say I disputed their claim on the first summary of judgement. Can I just say "Admit" and be done with it to their paragraphs?
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