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Larry,Thank you for your follow-up. It appears that the next step is to file a motion for a permanent injunction and a request that the other party can no longer forum shop and refile the same petition over and over from one court to the next. A permanent injunction, if granted, would act as a means of permanently denying the ability to the other party from bringing that claim up again, and more importantly, enforcing it against you. The secondary request pertaining to a a limit on refiling would act similarly to a dismissal with prejudice since it would stop the other party from attempting to find the means of making you pay on what is defined as an invalid debt.Good luck.
Thank you for the info. But, I need to deal with the supeona first which is tomorrow. What could I argue tomorrow relative to squashing the supeona?
Thank you for your follow-up, Larry. My apologies on the delay, I was offline.The best argument here is to introduce evidence that this organization did not lawfully exist and that they as a consequence could not file for a subpoena. The organization in question has no basis or standing to appear in court, which means that they consequently cannot seek a subpoena as they do not formally exist.Hope that helps.
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