RE: [tips_and_tricks] zoning notice
- The default has to be publically recorded. Apparently
all the other side did was record their default first.
One way is a counterclaim in court before the time
limit is up. The clerk never has the tickets filed
within the statutory time period. that gives you a
chance to file your case first and have it ruled on.
Maybe a lawsuit proving title, subpeona duces tecum
from the officer to produce the statute that creates
the liability on you, Unlawful conversion of rights
into a crime, some kind of tort action before the
officer has a chance to file his tort action against
you, and the clerk automatically publically files a
default against you. If you have a brief ready to
file in case of such an action from the officer, you
could stop his action, long enough to get discovery
from the DMV in regard to their charter to operate in
the state and county, by-laws, etc. Make sure you get
the legislative intent for the existance of the DMV,
and the statute they are claiming you are liable for.
Just a thought. -M
--- Legalbear <bear@...> wrote:
> If it's within 3 days you can refuse it for cause__________________________________
> and send it back by
> certified mail. If you haven't received a response
> in 14 days send a notice
> of default by certified mail. It's UCC 3-501 or it's
> equivilent in your
> I know someone that did that here in Colorado with
> traffic tickets. He went
> down to renew his license and waiting for him were a
> bunch of liens on his
> driver's license for unpaid fines on defaults. In
> fact, I know two people
> who refused their traffic tickets that happened to.
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