Q: In a credit card suit, the filing states plaintiff has met conditions precedent, including exhaustion of administrative
remedies. does this mean prior to filing plaintiff must attempt or offer to settle? If so, can you site the rule or case law?
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A: no, they do not have such a requirement. if you are facing a collections law suit, you may need to consider filing bankruptcy to eliminate the debt or call them and negotiate the debt. in either event you will want to speak to an attorney that is familiar with both bankruptcy and debt collection laws.
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