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    OUZO Posts: 7, Reputation: 1
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    Jul 30, 2008, 03:53 PM
    Summary Disposition
    I was sued by a Coll. Agency. Answered the summons and appeared in Court.
    The judge ordered us to go to a problem resolution center' this is exactly what it sounds like. This meeting is in September. Today I received in the mail a motion from the coll. Agency a 'motion for summary disposition'

    What is this and do I need to respond to it?
    Thank You
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    progunr Posts: 1,971, Reputation: 288
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    Jul 30, 2008, 03:57 PM
    The instructions for you to answer this are pretty detailed.

    Too much for me to dictate in this forum.

    This link will give you all the details.

    They are trying to avoid the meeting and asking the judge to award them the judgment.

    You do need to respond, follow the instructions found in the link.

    10 CFR 2.710 Motions for summary disposition.

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