Q: When is it possible for a lawyer to move a court or an arbitration hearing at a court without a claim or witness
the same individuals, as debt collectors for different entities, who are lawyers, has moved the court to sheriff sale two family properties, in less than four years, for an alleged debt and are currently attempting to move the court on a third family property, where I domicile, with no original contract, or witness having first hand knowledge of any material fact alleged in the pleadings to verify any alleged debt, or any injured party appearing or making a claim or complaint
A: This is a matter for a Delaware attorney, but your post remains open for four weeks. It's difficult to tell exactly what is taking place, whether the other side is filing motions for change of venue. A quick consult with a Delaware attorney should be able to determine your best course of action (if the time window is still open, if it involved motions). Good luck
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