I'm not an attorney and this isn't legal advice..........
Derrick Richards wrote:
Nothing makes sense, well, actually, that is what I am trying to prove. Why all these procedures need to be followed, which I didn't know anything about and am trying to figure out, i.e. there are too many factors influencing each other in the decision-making.
When I mentioned the RJI, everyone in this forum, should know what that is, that is the first thing you have to file when you defend your foreclosure, DUH, if noone had to do this, then I apologise for the last comment, but I know that is the way it is handled in almost every state. How they can make you pay for defending something that you didn't bring up, is what doesn't make sense.
The judge will be looking at my Motion for an Extension of Time tomorrow. See, he will be just like all those who read this thread when all the papers are perused by him. He will have to look at it, cook it, cut it up, chew on it, digest it and try to rule in like 3 days, when he has no idea of why the credit union is trying to foreclose on a house being lived in by the son whose MOM died a year ago, and he has lived in the home the past 30 years.
Back to the topic, the next move will be a Motion to Dismiss for Insufficiency of Process. Has anyone done that before, if so, please assist, if not, then head on to the next thread. If you have filed an Answer with a grounds for dismissal due to insufficient process or service of process, then please admit anything you know about this procedure, if not, move on to the next thread also. OK, thanks for any wisdom that you have added to my understanding of foreclosure defense, DR