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Re[2]: [tips_and_tricks] writ of possession question

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  • Jim
    Hello *, It was issued by IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF ORANGE, CENTRAL JUSTICE CENTER In the Loan agreement there is no such
    Message 1 of 5 , Jan 25, 2003
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      Hello *,
      It was issued by IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE
      OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF ORANGE, CENTRAL JUSTICE CENTER

      In the Loan agreement there is no such phrase as
      "confessed agreement"


      Thanks

      Jim


      Friday, January 24, 2003, 10:00:12 PM, you wrote:

      > It would be helpful to know the state this is in and whether or not the loan
      > agreement contained a clause for "confessed judgment" in the case of a
      > default. I do think that Writ Of Possession is improper, it should have
      > been a Writ of Attachment.

      > Let me know what state and I will see if I have some info on it.

      > Gary

      > -----Original Message-----
      > From: Jim [mailto:jim@...]
      > Sent: Friday, January 24, 2003 4:25 PM
      > To: tips_and_tricks@yahoogroups.com
      > Subject: [tips_and_tricks] writ of possession question


      > Hello tips_and_tricks@yahoogroups.com,

      > I need some help in answering a court ordered "writ of
      > possession" which was issued without a court ordered
      > judgement.

      > Is the writ of possession by its self a judgement?

      > The writ was submitted to the court by the plaintiffs counsel
      > to try to collect on a loan made to a corporation.

      > This debt has been through the private administrative remedy
      > of debt cancelation verification and validation process.
      > Which was never answered by the bank or its collection agent
      > an attorney.(All documentation waw entered in record but
      > ignored by the courtalong wit some other lengthy affidavits)

      > What the deffinition says:
      > "writ of possession. A writ issued to recover the
      > possession of land."
      > Black's Law Dictionary, Seventh Edition, page 1605.

      > There is no land involved only equipment - there is a
      > leased restaurant with the landlord with whom all rents
      > are current.This landlord has no involvement in the loan
      > having no connection with it in any way,

      > Is the writ of possession valid with out the judgement
      > and is it valid where no land is involved?

      > My thoughts on the answer - take to higher court a suit to
      > vacate a void judgment in a collertal attack or is there
      > some way to go back to the original court to have it set
      > aside for fraud.

      > I need some advise on this -Please

      > thanks

      > Jim Parks mailto:jparks@...



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      Jim mailto:jparks@...
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