You should probably either file your answer or file your motion to quash.
If you wait to find out if the landlord submits for a default, your situation may become more complicated and difficult.
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So what is your goal, just to delay the eviction as much as possible? What do you mean by "get them"?
Tenants often have difficulty proving the process server lied. You are probably better off filing your motion to quash service of summons if you don't want to get defaulted, and yet want to prolong the litigation.
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