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please comment on the debt collection practice with the assignment of recievership by judge,a law firm, to collect monies from my tenants. Can they enter onto my premises knock on doors and request that funds be diverted to appointed receiver. The motion for a stay on all proceeding is before judge 5/3/13. Entrance to my business and intro to my tenants occured 4/29/13. Judge gave judgment 4/8/13. Motion filed 3/15/13.
What was the basis for giving judgment. Judge did not hear any case and the money she is attempting to collect is for the cpa who provided no service and had no capacity to represent me as an expert witness and who is attempting to commit fraud against me.
No to summary judgment.This was not filed by either party. I never got served papers to request judgment would have objected. Blind sided by the judgment verdict and the collection practice and the award by the judge monies to a cpa who could not perform. Not sure what the judge is thinking. There are rules procedures to follow. I am not getting paperwork and lots of back door things going on. I have contacted all agencies for help and to lend oversight to this proceeding.
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