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Q: Can I file a motion to compel arbitration after the plaintiff has sent a request for discovery? Re: debt collection

There is an agreement with an arbitration clause. Do I still need to answer the plaintiff's discovery?

Thomas A. Grossman
Thomas A. Grossman answered on Mar 29, 2019

Probably. But you will probably need to coordinate the timing with the Court. You also must be in a Court that allows you to compel an arbitration hearing, or have a contract that has an arbitration clause in it.. Since I don't know what documents are involved (e.g. is there a contract with... Read more »

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Q: As a guest of a hotel does a person have any legal rights to stay if the hotel wants to kick them out
Thomas A. Grossman
Thomas A. Grossman answered on Oct 8, 2018

My best guess is that the hotel has the right to ask you to leave, if -- in their opinion -- you are disruptive and/or an annoyance to other hotel guests. If they do ask you to leave, they must return to you any unused rental payments you have made for your stay.

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