Q: I have a notice of lack of prosecution to show up to court my debt has been submitted to collections who do I pay?
From a previous landlord
A "lack of prosecution" hearing is for the plaintiff (person suing) to show the judge why the case should not be dismissed, generally because nothing has happened in it for some time. You don't need to show up, and it will be dismissed eventually unless you can be served with process by a law enforcement officer (normally a representative of a sheriff's office) or by a private process server.
If you want to know who to pay, contact the attorney for the plaintiff.
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