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We got the UD-150 served. We looking . We locate

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Hi. We got the UD-150 served. We looking for help. We locate in San Jose.
Submitted: 5 months ago.
Category: Real Estate Law
Expert:  CalAttorney2 replied 5 months ago.
Dear Customer,If you are trying to file a claim or litigate a matter under another person's name, you must be represented by an attorney.So if you filed a claim with the prior owner's name, you can salvage this and prosecute the matter by retaining a civil litigation (or landlord tenant) attorney to represent you.Otherwise, you are going to need to file a substitution with the court - which is going to be complicated (probably more complicated than you want to deal with for a UD action - it is going to be faster and less costly for you to simply retain an attorney to prosecute this action for you).

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