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Motion For Summary Judgment Discussion - by TowerRat

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ladygarner:
I found this in the Archives under the old AOC files. It is an excellent discussion on MSJ whether you are the Plaintiff or Defendant. TowerRat wrote a brilliant post and even includes a dash of humor.

It taught me that I could have filed a Request for Admissions with my Complaint. Very slick, too bad I found his post after I filed.  :-\

It proved very beneficial to me, I hope it will for others.

http://www.debtorboards.com/index.php?topic=7970.0

bmcinto01:
WOW! Thanks for digging that up. Got a feeling it'll come in handy for me real soon! This will save a bunch of time and research. Now I got time to party this weekend!!! :woohoo:

WinningTheBattle2010:
  Thanks LG, glad to have more info on MSJ anytime.

  Most DB er's should read this for sure.

   :drinking:
  WTB

Firewater:
I found the work of an attorney in NJ who upon receiving the summons and complaint, filed his answer to the complaint and filed for summary judgement pre-discovery.   

BigSal:

--- Quote from: ladygarner on June 29, 2012   05:10:55 PM ---I found this in the Archives under the old AOC files. It is an excellent discussion on MSJ whether you are the Plaintiff or Defendant. TowerRat wrote a brilliant post and even includes a dash of humor.

It taught me that I could have filed a Request for Admissions with my Complaint. Very slick, too bad I found his post after I filed.  :-\

It proved very beneficial to me, I hope it will for others.

http://www.debtorboards.com/index.php?topic=7970.0

--- End quote ---

In Michigan, we can send Discovery with the Complaint.  However, it extends the amount of time that a defendant has to answer the discovery.

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