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brenda kingston
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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  

Hi,

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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Posted on Mon Sep 02, 2013 9:17 am  

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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Posted on Mon Sep 02, 2013 9:59 am  

Some insurance comaenips also look at your credit every year b/c it is part of your premium. If you have good credit, then you will get a better rate, if you score is low, it is likely that you may have to pay more. Plus, if you were in an accident, the insurance company wants to make sure you are not in debt. If you are, they may research it further to make sure you are not pulling a scam to pay off other bills. When you take out your insurance, you normally sign something stating it is okay for them to pull your credit, but you'd have to find out when it is okay for them to do that.
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