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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by luckymom, Apr 25, 2012.
Has anyone been through this before? Ideas on what is going on? Tips? Thanks in advance!
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I'm not a lawyer, but it sounds very strange to me as well that a 3rd hearing has already been set. Have you tried calling the Judge's office to see if you can get any additional information about why a ruling was never finalized after the 2nd hearing? What state are you in?
I did call and the clerk said yes that was strange and he'd never seen it happen before. He suggested I call the judge tomorrow and ask him about it, and gave me his available times.
If you can get the judge on the line, that would obviously be the best scenario. He's probably the only one that can really explain what's going on. Keep us posted!
I wasn't able to reach the judge, so go to court tomorrow morning. Will post update when I have one.
Ugh, no real answer still. He said he was wanting me to turn in additional paperwork, but at the end of the first hearing he specifically said he was going to review the file and mail out his ruling. At the 3rd hearing he said that he didn't have the original paperwork I filed to get the hearing in the first place...and demanded I give him my personal copy. Have a feeling I'm gonna get screwed on this one.
Did AA show up this time? Sounds like this guy is a real winner of a judge...hope you don't get screwed.
Thanks. Still no ruling on this! He is letting AA appear by phone from out of state, which is strange to me because I thought there was a rule that they had to have a local representative to sue.
I'm not sure what the laws are in MT, but it sounds like the judge let them appear by phone before so why not again? So, do you have to go back to court again for this? Did the judge give you any sort of estimate for when you can expect a ruling?