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What can defendant's attorney request in discovery process Business Debt, Collections

Discussion in 'Other Debt, Collection, Garnishment' started by drew77, Feb 4, 2013.

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  1. drew77

    drew77 Law Topic Starter New Member

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    I am representing myself in a debt case.

    I have received some questions from the plaintiff that I am in the process of answering.

    I would like help in finding out what I can request from the plantiff's attorney.

    I would also like to read the Texas Statutes in regards to the discovery process.

    Best regards.
     
  2. army judge

    army judge Super Moderator

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    A general denial is often acceptable against each and every allegation.

    There is a statute of limitation on debts in Texas.

    If this is JP Court, unless you're being sued in the proper precinct and place, you can request the suit be dismissed on that grounds.

    If its county or district court, they usually provide information on their websites as to how you should proceed. JP Courts or Muni Courts also offer some helpful tips on their website.

    Everything is available by using a search engine.


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