Texas Law Question re judgments: (hanky-panky against me) 1.
Texas Law Question re judgments: (hanky-panky against me)1. WHO ELSE, if anyone, besides a “judgment creditor”, as defined below – is entitled to “aid from a court”?2. DOES “aid from a court” – essentially mean having the court do “execution”, i.e. via sheriff or such, or other pressure by the court?3. AND PARTICULARLY, what does “other judgment creditor” (as used in below definition) mean or refer to. Does that refer to “by assignment of judgment” – i. e. “standing in the shoes of” – an original judgment creditor – or a prior “assignee” judgment creditor?4. Again, ANYONE ELSE, entitled to “aid from a court”, besides a “judgment creditor”, as defined below?5. Someone is telling the court, that they are “successor in interest of a final judgment rendered in favor of a Law Office, P.C. – a 9 year ago forfeited entity (charter forfeited by Secretary of State, never revived, judgment never transferred, i.e. “assigned”). Is there even such a thing as “successor in interest of a final judgment”? – or have to be the actual (current? assigned?) “judgment creditor”, as defined below?The Texas law I found:Sec. 31.002. COLLECTION OF JUDGMENT THROUGH COURT PROCEEDING. (a) A judgment creditor is entitled to aid from a court of appropriate jurisdiction through injunction or other means in order to reach property to obtain satisfaction on the judgment if the judgment debtor owns property, including present or future rights to property, etc.(1) "Judgment creditor" means a party in whose favor a judgment has been rendered, whether a plaintiff, counterclaimant, cross-claimant, third party plaintiff, or other judgment creditor.Udo Birnbaum
If kids are saying you are sexually inappropriate and your
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My tenants had an illegal large marijuana growing operation
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I was dating the guy I let him move in and after a while I
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Summary Judgment granted against Defendants in civil circuit
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I live in Massachusetts. I was scammed by a painter who is
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I have been summoned into small claims court. In the summons
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I have been served a summons for non payment of child
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I am representing myself Pro Se in a breach of contract
I am representing myself Pro Se in a breach of contract civil case. Originally the defendant was also representing himself Pro Se, and actually filed his signed answer to the complaint with the court. The judge issued a Scheduling Order, advised both of us to get a lawyer, and gave us both until Sept. 18th, 2015 to add third parties or file amended motions. On Sept. 18th an attorney for the defendant filed his Entry of Appearance, filed a Motion to Amend Answer, Motion to Assert Affirmative Defenses, and a Motion to File Counterclaim. The judge allowed it. In the defendant's original answer he admitted 15 of the 19 allegations. In his amended complaint he denied 18 of the 19 allegations. I filed a Motion for a Partial Judgment on the Pleadings based on the defendant's Original Answer to Complaint and a Motion to Strike Defendant's Affirmative Defenses and Counterclaim, but the judge denied it. We proceeded to Discovery. I filed my list of expert witnesses and propounded my Interrogatories, Requests for Admission and Production of Documents. The defendant requested no discovery, nor did he respond to my discovery requests. I filed a Motion to Compel, which the judge granted. He gave the defendant 30 days to respond. Time was up on June 18th (Saturday) so the defendant had until 5 p.m. on Monday to file. Nothing was filed on Monday. On Wednesday, the 22nd, the defendant's attorney faxed a Notice of Service of Discovery Responses (dated June 20th) to the Court, along with the defendant's Answer to Requests for Admission. On Thursday, when I still hadn't heard from the defendant, I went to the clerk's office to see if anything had been filed. That's when I discovered that the Notice of Service and Answer to Request for Admissions had been faxed to the court. The clerk gave me a copy of a letter that was sent to the defendant's attorney advising him the clerk's office was unable to accept or time stamp faxed paperwork and that he would either have to mail in his documentation or file it in person, which the attorney did on June 22. I requested a copy of the General Docket. It was then I discovered that the attorney had also faxed his Entry of Appearance, Motion to Amend, Motion to Assert Affirmative Defenses and Motion to File Counterclaim on September 18, 2015 and then actually filed it three days later. The Entry of Appearance, Motion to Amend Answer, Motion to Assert Affirmative Defenses and Motion to File Counterclaim are all time stamped Sept. 21. (3 days late). At this point I am wondering if anything that's been filed by the defendant other than his original Answer to Complaint is even legal? Not only has the defendant not obeyed court ordered discovery (Not one of 81 document requests produced; responses to Interrogatories perfunctory, deficient and providing no substantive information ), his Answer to Request for Admissions is untimely, therefore deemed admitted, I'm not even sure if he is legally represented.Your thoughts?