A process server blatantly lied about serving me a Notice to Quit in Van Nuys Superior Court. He couldn't even describe the property and was belligerent and uncouth. He claimed to be a registered process server. The Judge believed him. How in the world can you fight against such deceit?
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Regardless, you're probably better off just fighting the merits of the suit and preserving resources and reducing headaches. Even if you won that service battle, they could just have served you right there in court.
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Mr. O'Brien is 100% correct. Remember, our judicial system is lousy, but it is probably the best in the world. Maybe that does not make you feel any better. Good luck.
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You fight the matter with evidence proving the deceit--evidence uncovered during discovery and reinforced during cross examination in the stand. That said, if the judge decided that the weight of evidence favored the process server, you need to move on to your other defenses.
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