Posted by Mark on May 15, 1998 at 20:59:45:
In Reply to: Re: Refusals for cause posted by Doc James on September 02, 1997 at 05:54:37:
: : : Can anyone explain in a way that makes sense why our UCC Refusals for cause are routinely ignored by the de facto courts?
Shouldn't stop with a refusal, place a time limit
on the refusal. When they don't answer, notice them
of fault; when they don't answer that, it is
notice of default time. Also, you should NEVER
stop refusing the presentments you are sent. If they
send 10 notices, refuse it 10 times, with notices of fault
and default. If you don't repond, presumption
at law is that the claim is true. Failure to respond is fatal.
Another good thing to do in all refusals, is to ASK QUESTIONS.
This shows good faith on your part, bad faith on theirs if they
don't answer. Your paper trail is evidentiary in
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