If they don't have sufficient information to form a belief about the allegation then how can they say "therefore, deny the same"On Thurs, Dec. 4 I received Wydham's "Answer and Counterclaims" to my Complaint. Their reply to all 192 of my 'points' was "Defendants are without knowledge or information sufficient to form a belief about the truth of the allegation in #X of Plaintiff's Complaint and, therefore, deny the same." A routine and standard reply.
Thanks for your continuing support and encouragement - Kendra
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If you will email me at email@example.com and request a copy of my complaint, Wyndham's answer and counterclaim and my answer to their answer and counterclaim and summary statement - I will be more than happy to email everything to you.I'm new to this forum. What are you suing them for? What did they do? I'm thinking about buying and curious what I should look out for.