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It is possible for cases to be joined together. The cases have to be derived out of the same transaction or occurrence or series of transaction or occurrences. Moreover, there typically needs to be a common nucleus of operative fact. In short, for cases to be consolidated, they generally have to be directed related to one another. If this is a single credit card company and a single debtor, although the cards and lines of credit are derived from different contracts
, I see no reason why the debtor/defendant could not file a Motion To Consolidate.
If the suit is in Federal Court
, the Rule for Consolidation of actions is Rule 42. Here is a sample form for such a filing in Connecticut:
In summary, you could likely consolidate these three actions as long as it is the same company and the same debtor.
Let me know if you have any other questions or comments.
Best wishes going forward.