I am not sure what CACH means but any entity can sue a California defendant in California. Many entities such as corporations must be represented by a licensed California attorney.
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Just because a business isn't licensed in the state doesn't preclude them from seeking to collect debts owed to them in the state. Cach is a large debt collection company and is licensed as a debt collector in Nevada. Are you sure they aren't also licensed as a debt collector in California? They do not need to have a business license or have a physical presence to be licensed by the state to engage in debt collection. Hope this perspective helps!Ask a similar question
As long as the collection agency/debt buyer is represented by a CA licensed attorney, you can be sued by them. The fact that they are not licensed to do business in CA doesn't change that fact.
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What you would put in your Answer is called a "Plea in Abatement." You can allege this. If you can prove it, the lawsuit may be delayed while CACH complies with any legal requirements that it failed to do. You should review California Corporations Code section 191.
CACH is usually represented, in California, by Neuheisel in Sacramento, the Briesmeister office in Montclair or Russell Davis in Solana Beach. They have dealt with this issue before.
You should have an attorney review the entire case. This one issue may not be dispositive. Does the underlying contract include an attorney's fees clause? If so, and if you win, the other side may be responsible for paying your attorney's fees.Ask a similar question