Okay, I am sorry, I will be more specific.what motion do you suggest i file next?
At this moment, there is no need to file anything until they present their amended, more specific Complaint. Once they do, someone in your situation may wish to file an ANSWER to ensure that you do not default. and is it legal to file subsuquent motions in ohio
Yes. One may file any number of motions before the Court. The Court will entertain any motion provided it is reasonable.
Understand that one does not use motions as an "attack" per se. Motions are file for genuine relief. For example:
Motion for a More Definite Statement - if their pleading is unclear;
Motion for Continuance - for a continuance;
Motion for Contempt - to hold someone in contempt for not following prior orders...
At this point, there is really nothing else to file. A motion should only be filed if there is a genuine issue. Filing motions just to confuse/inundate the other party can lead to the Court sanctioning you for doing so.
If they provide a more definite statement, then one files an Answer and eventually, there will be a hearing. No motion is otherwise necessary unless there is a specific ISSUE that needs to be addressed (do you need a continuance, do you want to object to the Judge's neutrality, etc).i can't say if this is one or not, until i see the documentatiion. so there is a small chance this is also time barred. statute in OH is 6 years.
IF this is time barred, and IF their more specific, amended complaint confirms that this is for the debt that is out of statute, then a MOTION TO DISMISS
in an attempt to simply have the matter dismissed.
I hope this helps and clarifies.
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