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brenda kingston

Subject: divorce
Posted on Wed Aug 04, 2010 12:37 pm  

i need a form for motion for judgement on the pleadings


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Subject: motion for judgment
Posted on Thu Aug 05, 2010 11:16 am  


I think you will get one from the county court, or from the court in your state.


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Subject: Motion for judgment on the pleadings against me?
Posted on Thu Jan 12, 2012 8:26 am  

Hello, I have some law office trying to collect on a debt. I answered them in court asking for original paperwork and proof of debt (in short) and change in venue because i don't live in that county.

Next thing I know I have a motion for judgment on the pleadings against me. Basically stating that I don't deny debt, which I did tell them in court, and my answer raises no fact or law and are now trying to get a judgment against me?

Can they do this when I was asking for proof of debt?


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Well, insurance cnoapmies do have access to credit reports because they often use credit when quoting and selling policies and determining rates. So they may be able to access yours. When you became a plaintiff, you opened up your entire life basically. The kinds of things you have to disclose about yourself, the endless amount of medical records that can be accessed, and the background information that can be obtained is amazing. Pretty much the price you pay when you become a litigant. If a person has judgments against him/her from creditors or other entities, it would seem to demonstrate to a certain degree how filing a lawsuit of his/her own might benefit them to the point that they could satisfy judgments/debts if awarded a large sum of money. Maybe.

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OTTAWA Veteran Ukraine lawmaker Mustafa Jemilev was as worried and surprised as anyone when a comedian who played Ukraine's president on television was actually elected the country's president last month.

Jemilev, 75, Is a staunch advocate of former president Petro Poroshenko. Jemilev and others including Canada's leaders credit Poroshenko with saving his country from ruin in 2014 after Russia annexed Crimea and fomented a pro Kremlin insurgency in the country's east that has killed 13,000 ladies.

Jemilev, Also the political leader of Crimea's persecuted Tatars, Says he was worried that the actor turned politician Volodymyr Zelenskiy was too soft on Russia. But with Russia's moving forward with threat and Ukraine now facing political upheaval Zelenskiy was sworn in on Monday and abruptly dissolved parliament on Tuesday Jemilev says the time has come to rally around the new president.

"Our position will be good, Zelenskiy told The Canadian Press on checking out the Ottawa this past week.

"We will try to help him as much as possible because the stability of the country is a vital for us, He said with the interpreter. "We are likely not play against him when he fails in something because that situation could be used by Russia,

Ukraine's uncertain political future has implications for Canada's domestic politics as the federal election approaches: typically the 1.3 million Canadians of Ukrainian descent comprise one of the nation's most influential diaspora communities.

Stephen Harper's Conservatives courted Ukrainian support with frequent visits to Kyiv and the dispatching of special teams of Canadian election video display units, As already have Justin Trudeau's Liberals. Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland's own Ukrainian ukraine wife heritage has helped keep Ukraine close top of Canada's foreign policy agenda. that person said that while the new president and his entourage have little political experience, Canada isn't worried he will shift Ukraine beyond your Canada and its western allies, Back on Kremlin. director Ronald Reagan. He grappled with issues and showed himself as being a "Quick student,

But he will administer help running a government because Ukraine's institutions are not as strong as the West's, So Canada is waiting with offers of training on the machinery of government, Said the source.

Freeland also with Zelenskiy's team by sharing insights from her transition from journalism to politics. She was a reporter in Ukraine during the Soviet Union's dissolution and became journalistic comrades with one of Zelenskiy's top advisers, Who also reported on the 1990s turmoil.

"She was able to share her journey from outsider/journalist to somebody who's in government, And point out some of the contests that are involved, Said the origin.

"(clearly there was) No indication from Zelenskiy and his team that there's going to be some radical shift from the overall Euro Atlantic direction of Ukraine. Their concept is 'we wish update things, We're all a generation younger so we need a more digital Ukraine.' "

The change that Zelenskiy initially campaigned on was difficult to swallow for the pro Poroshenko corporation, especially the Tatars whom Jemilev represents. Divisions showed again this week after he was sworn in, With disputes over the propriety of his order dissolving parliament early and moves to overhaul the command of Ukraine's security services.

"We were very anxious that this presidential campaign, (as well as) mister. Zelenskiy asserting he would like to have peace with Russia under any condition that we consider using any means, believed Jemilev.

"That sounded to us notes on unfair because it was not us who started the war, It was no us who annexed someone's area,

between the two rounds of presidential balloting, Jemilev was able to ask Zelenskiy some important queries about his Russia stance and was reassured that Zelenskiy wouldn't bend towards Russia at the expense of Ukraine.

The Russian annexation is particularly painful for Crimea's Muslim Tatars, Who view it as history continuing itself. This past weekend marked 75 years since Josef Stalin forced many thousands of Tatars from the strategic peninsula on the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov.

"Canada remains deeply concerned by the dire human rights conditions on the Crimean peninsula, Which is under continued and illegal Russian work, As well as by the mistreatment of the Crimean Tatar people and the degeneration of their historic sites, Freeland said in an announcement.

Jemilev chose to spend the 75th everlasting nature of the expulsion in Canada because "The Ukrainian diaspora is the only real in Canada,

"that might be the influence of the overall Canadian spirit, He excess. "Maybe simple fact is that Canadian factor of multiculturalism. Compared to the american the Ukrainian diaspora is also big there, But the attitude towards different nationalities, To different ethnicities inside, Is quite different from the Canadian one.
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