summery judgement?or can i do a motion for admissions as well?
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You're in WAY over your head, and you're going to lose badly. Get smart and get a lawyer. Today or tomorrow, if not sooner. Good luck.
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My colleague is correct, you have reached a point where legal assistance is needed. You have a general idea, but not enough to take it further.
To answer your questions, you need to set the Motion to Compel for a hearing, and if they do not comply with an order which compels discovery the next step is to move for contempt.
You can use all the tools and mechanisms for discovery under the rules of civil procedure, typically Rule 1.280 through Rule 1.380.
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You will need to set the Motion to Compel for hearing. It will not get ruled upon otherwise. I strongly suggest that you retain an attorney to help you defend against foreclosure, as my colleagues have stated. Many attorneys on here, including myself, offer free initial consultations and affordable rates.
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