Re: Fighting A Foreclosure
- Monday 2 April 2007
I have no idea what just happened!
A substitute judge was in attendance. I introduced myself as
making a special appearacne for the sole purpose of challenging
subject matter and venue jurisdiction, as well as no licensed
lawyer for the plaintiff.
The "lawyer" rambled on how I submitted different things but
did not respond to the case.
I interrupted and said this individual has no right to be
speaking, he has no license, and I am here to address subject
matter jurisdiction and lack of a proper party.
"Granted." said the judge.
Granted what? I am here to deal with a special appreance.
"Take it up with the other judge. You have 30 days to file
a motion. I suggest you get an attorney."
Why would I do that! This has been the first opportunity to address
the issue of subject matter jurisdiction.
"You have 30 days to take it up with the other judge."
I walked out.
The judge would not address SMJ. I protested to no avail.
I have no clue what I did wrong. I responded to the complaint
within 30 days. No appearance was required or stipulated. Then
a service for summary judgment, and now summary judgment.
Was it my duty to summon the court for a special appearance
to object, instead of waiting?
Is this where I issue a writ of mandamus to the appellate court
to get the original judge to address my response, supported by
affidavit, and affidavit not rebutted?
At the moment, I am lost on this, and so prepared to fight the
By motioning a response, I would be getting into jurisdicition
without my reposnse being addressed.
Not so cheery!
- Wednesday 17 May 2007
Lions 2 Christion nil
Just got word that the Illinois supreme court
has denied my writ of prohibition. Like the
appellate court, no reason is ever given for
This will certainly embolden the judge who ignored
my challenge to subject matter jurisdiction.
Moderator/Bear: Not necessarily. Just because they denied it doesn't necessarily mean that they didn't make a phone call. You need a better way to get his attention. Try filing a criminal complaint against him straight into the same case.