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Hubert H Kuo

Irvine Litigation Lawyer.

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  1. What form do you use for judicial notice?

    Answered almost 4 years ago.

    1. Hubert H Kuo
    2. Michael John Eyre
    3. Rebekah Ryan Main
    3 lawyer answers

    If the 2 cases arise out of the same controversy, you may want to file a demurrer based on Code of Civil Procedure §431.10(c), which states, in pertient part, that a demurrer is warranted if there is another action pending between the same parties on the same cause of action. In doing so, you may want to include the other action based on a request for judicial notice, which is based on Evidence Code section 452(d), which allows the court to take judicial notice of any records of any court in...

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  2. Received summons being sued for return of 2 loaned photos. How should I return these and end lawsuit?

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. Pamela Koslyn
    2. Steven Alan Fink
    3. Hubert H Kuo
    3 lawyer answers

    You should contact the pro se plaintiff and offer to return the photographs and make sure you obtain a release.

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  3. Meet and confer

    Answered almost 4 years ago.

    1. Rebekah Ryan Main
    2. Zachary Roy Ugale Rayo
    3. Hubert H Kuo
    3 lawyer answers

    The court will not penalize you if you failed to "meet and confer" prior to the case management conference as the defendant has yet to be served. I think it is more important that you contact the sheriff's office and find out when the attorney will be served as the Judge will place more emphasis on the status of serving all of the parties than conducting a meet and confer. If you feel the attorney's behavior warrants a lawsuit, you may also want to report him/her to the State Bar for...

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  4. If payment arrangements are made & foreclosure is stopped, can the mortgage co. go retro to foreclosure date if you miss a payme

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. Zachary Ian Gonzalez
    2. Hubert H Kuo
    2 lawyer answers

    You should immediately obtain counsel. When you made payment arragnements (loan modification) with the mortgage company, did you obtain the modification in writing? If it was in writing and you have duly complied, the bank should not be able to foreclose on your proeprty. You could also do a title search to see if the property has indeed been sold. I advise that you immediately obtain counsel to straighten this out.

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  5. Adversary Proceeding

    Answered almost 4 years ago.

    1. Eric Samuel Mcintosh
    2. Hubert H Kuo
    3. Richard E Weltman
    3 lawyer answers

    Although bankruptcy judges are more lenient when it comes to legal procedures and rules, you will still need to properly file an "answer" to the adversary complaint. If the matter is venued in Los Angeles, you can visit: http://www.cacb.uscourts.gov/ for assistance. If you want your day in court, you may also want to consult with an attorney. Adversary proceedings are treated just like a lawsuit and if a default judgment is obtained, your debt will not be dischargeable as towards this...

  6. I need a specialize lawyer in the city of san bernardino that has experince in deportation and criminal law

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. Hubert H Kuo
    2 lawyer answers

    I can refer an immigration specialist who handles deportation hearings and have experience in criminal law. You could also contact your local bar association for referrals.

  7. I need a specialize lawyer in the city of san bernardino that has experince in deportation and criminal law

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. Hubert H Kuo
    2 lawyer answers

    I can refer an immigration specialist who handles deportation hearings and have experience in criminal law. You could also contact your local bar association for referrals.

  8. We left our foreclosed house, but letters are still mailed to us from the lender. Do I have to worry about any litigations?

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. Jose Isaia Ybanez Utzurrum
    2. Hubert H Kuo
    3. Peter Robert Stone
    3 lawyer answers

    What do the letters say? A lender will most likely proceed with a non-judicial or private trustee sale, it's quicker and cheaper. In the above scenario, the lender will not be able to obtain a deficiency judgment, in other words, the lender will not be able to go after you for the difference between the sale price at the foreclosure and the amount of your mortgage. However, if the lender decides to go the judicial foreclosure route and file a lawsuit, you should obtain counsel immediately as...