Thank you again, I just got off the phone with their law clerk and they are about to request a hearing on their motion the week of july 29th, it should take a few days or more to get a reply and obtain a hearing date, but if I don't request leave to amend answer am I barred from bring them up in a motion to deny summary judgment , I feel confident I can prove a genuine issue exist that could only be fully determined in a court after examination of parties involved in the dispute. And I have my copy of my check that reads in the memo section " For in full, last payment. as well as other supportive issues. I am a partcially disabled US Veteran, are there any such thing as pro bone attorneys I get assist, me??? And if it were you would you move to request leave to amend or simply reply to the summary motion???
Thanks I appreciate your replies, last question please, if judge rules there is genuine material facts in dispute , will I beable to actual get my day in court and infront of a jury, or just a bench decision, I realize few cases every go to trial cause most people reach an agreement first, but this entire affair stems from a 150.00 dispute, which came months after the fact my paid in full check was tendered , And though I felt I didn't owe anymore monies, just to stop their attacks , I sent in directly to the Hoa , instead of the law firm, and they subsequently rejected it cause they stated it needed to go to the law firm, instead of forwarding attempted to mail back, yet working out of town I didn't receive until a month or more and at that time they added more fees, and now in the summary judgement we gone from paid in full cash check, a 150.00 dispute they had in hand to approx. 6,000.. reguested in the latest motion, double the complaint amout, I just pray I can get before a jury to argue this matter , ??? WONT ASK ANYTHING ELSE AT THIS TIME...
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