Author Topic: What does "creditor's agent" mean, legally?  (Read 876 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Clydesmom66

  • Valued Member
  • Posts: 2165
Re: What does "creditor's agent" mean, legally?
« Reply #15 on: December 18, 2017 11:27:41 PM »
I just want to understand the nature of the case if that's possible.

Then do discovery.
Be VERY careful following advice from the internet! What worked for someone with thousands of posts on a message board may not work for YOU in your state.  Consult a lawyer when ever possible.

JoblessManchild

  • Valued Member
  • Posts: 16
Re: What does "creditor's agent" mean, legally?
« Reply #16 on: December 19, 2017 12:45:06 AM »
I'm not entirely sure how much discovery is allowed in General Sessions Court. At the very least, it's probably fruitless.

I'm guessing by the lack of a specific answer that there are no laws in Tennessee governing the issue of standing.

CleaningUp

  • Valued Member
  • Posts: 10721
Re: What does "creditor's agent" mean, legally?
« Reply #17 on: December 19, 2017 04:00:38 AM »
There are laws governing the issue of standing.

But YOU are the one that has to raise that issue and provide sufficient admissible evidence to make at least a prima facie case for your contention.

In fact, just cecaues the OP's attorney filed a suit, they have gained the presumption from the court that they are acting properly.

So, whatcha got that will show sufficiently that they are not to allow you get passed summary disposal of your defense?

Be careful not to waste your limited number of admissions and interrogatories on matters irrelevant to your defense.

 

credit