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er68jk23vb@aol.com
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Subject: Hello
 
Posted on Mon Oct 04, 2010 8:17 am  

The closed formulary can also be broken down into what is referred to as positive or negative formularies. This is the method by which the formulary is developed. A positive formulary effectively starts with a blank sheet of paper and specifically adds agents. While this is probably the best method to limit the number of drugs available, it is often not very popular when first implementing the formulary because every agent must be considered. That means the physicians must even make specific decisions on whether they should add such things as acetaminophen and amoxicillin to the formulary. Therefore, in hospitals just establishing a formulary, it is often more popular and easier to use a negative formulary system. This essentially starts with the current hospital drug stock, with each drug class being evaluated to eliminate agents that are not necessary. The first steps in this process may be as simple as eliminating multiple salts/esters of the same drug. Then classes of drugs with multiple similar products could be addressed (e.g., analgesics, antacids, laxatives, vitamins, and topical steroids). While in some ways this process is easier, it is also likely to result in a much bigger formulary, since the decision will be made as to what drugs are definitely not needed, rather than which drugs the institution definitely needs. However, the specific institution's situation will need to be assessed before the method of determining the formulary items can be decided on. Overall, the goal is to provide the optimal agents; it is easy to end up with too many duplicative agents; however, having a greater number of agents to choose from can lead to better patient care in some areas. ,
brett@bniles.com
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Subject: Hello
 
Posted on Thu Oct 07, 2010 2:06 am  

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Subject: can you please answer this?
 
Posted on Mon Nov 01, 2010 12:10 am  

How do I know if the summons or lawsuit has been filed with the court? If this is just a scare letter do i need to respond at all?
chuck
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Subject: cach llc judgment
 
Posted on Mon Nov 29, 2010 6:56 pm  

I have a judgment against me today. I went to court hoping to plead on account invalidation (from Metris that i dont own ). I sent them a validation request and They didnt respond. At the court They presented an HSBC account from about 3 or 4 years ago. Now the judge ruled against me. What to do now?
India
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Subject: summons from chase bank
 
Posted on Tue Feb 01, 2011 11:55 pm  

I received a summons from chase bank, I called the number on the summons and left a message for the appointed chase attorney. I got a call back in 5 minutes, I worked out a settlement and received a letter to confirm. I have called several times since to see if I must answer the summons, they will not return my calls. The person I thought was the lawyer returning my call informed after that he works with the attorneys and only gave a FIRST name with a work I.D. number. I feel I should answer the summons in writiing
Ray



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Subject: summons
 
Posted on Fri Mar 25, 2011 8:51 pm  

spolla33 do you have a copy of what it is to look like.
Londros
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Subject: Summon for appearance
 
Posted on Sat Jul 09, 2011 12:53 am  

Thanks to the people that made this site happen.

Back in February 25th of this year, a debt collector sued me for $28000 and served me a Summon, luckily I found this site and through reading I was able to answer their Summon. Afterward I was expecting to receive a Summon of appearance, but to this day I have not been served one, but the debt collector instead of being so adamant about wanting over $12000 to settle or else will go to court, they are now asking just $3000 to settle.

My question is how much they have to ask for court date, before their case is thrown out of court. It seems to me that they can’t provide the necessary paperwork I asked for, and therefore they are trying to settle for whatever they can get their hands on.
Charliebug2
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Subject: Validation letter
 
Posted on Tue Jan 10, 2012 2:01 am  

Do you send the validation with the answer for the summons or seperate? Also is there a form to send or just write it out?
dirt poor
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Subject: filing fees
 
Posted on Wed May 02, 2012 11:58 pm  

HELP!

I was served by a Minnesota county sheriff today. I'm being sued by a debt collector on a debt I was unable to pay on a HSBC account that has been closed for years (they are a seriously corrupt predatory lender). I found this site while doing research on what to do now. I can not afford a lawyer so I'm going to have to slog my way through this by myself.

I managed to find an Answer form at my state's judicial site and fill it out. I'll mail a copy to their lawyers at the address they provided. But, according to everyone here, I also need to file with the county clerk. The filing fee for a civil case in my county is $320. What I need to know is, as the defendant, do I have to pay the filing fee or is that covered by the plaintiff when they filed the lawsuit? I have no money and no one I can borrow it from.

If I have to pay a fee, there is no way I can do it. I can only send their lawyer the Answer and hope it ends there.

Thanks for any advise you can give.
mike1234
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Subject: responce letter
 
Posted on Thu Jul 05, 2012 2:57 pm  

Can I go to my local court to file the letter or do i have to go to couty court
Adamjaybird
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Subject: FIA summons
 
Posted on Tue Aug 21, 2012 2:20 pm  

Took out a BofA Visa 16yrs ago. Always paid on time. Got it up to 16,000. 1.5 yrs ago, went through breakup and left, losing the house. Pay freeze also occurred for me the past 3 years. Times were hard and I needed assistance(i.e.- $100 less on payments to manage). I called and asked for help. FIA refused to negotiate the terms. I stopped paying. It's gone to a few different collection agencies, and now I have a summons I need to go down and file a motion for. Any help here?
Raju
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Subject: Reply of the letter
 
Posted on Sat Dec 01, 2012 6:59 am  

how can i write a letter
Augusta Steve
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Subject: Debt Validation?
 
Posted on Wed Jan 09, 2013 4:50 pm  

My summons had a copy of my cc statement and a separate sheet with data that appeared to show the sale of my unpaid account. If they now own this what steps do I take?
bernice
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Subject: joint legal custody
 
Posted on Fri Jan 11, 2013 11:56 am  

my baby daddy has filed a complaint seeking for joint legal custody for our13 months old child need help to reply to the summons
Pedro Lorrenzo
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Subject: Summons for offence Under attachment of earnings
 
Posted on Fri Mar 22, 2013 10:31 am  

I am a payroll officer and I suppose to deduct £25 each month when a defendant who works for our company should pay to his creditor. I have applied the deduction for sometime but I fail to do for all most 5 month. Now as we have received the summons letter to attend the court is it possible to write to the court manager that we will restart to deduct £25 each month fom the next payroll and we appologise for that because we do not want to disrupt or pervert the court of justice. I am writing this because our intention is to restart deducting the payment of £25 and to avoid going to court.

With regards
Pedro Lorrenzo

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