Hayt Hayt And Landau Deposition

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Hayt Hayt & Landau sends deposition notices to Pennsylvania consumers after filing lawsuits. If you get one of these notices, don’t panic. Call our debt defense attorney; we may be able to help. Complete our contact form or call us at 1-800-997-5561.

Who is Hayt Hayt & Landau?

Hayt Hayt & Landau is a law firm based in New Jersey. They frequently sue Pennsylvania consumers for credit card debt. HHL represents many companies, including debt buyers, like Midland Funding and Jefferson Capital Systems, and credit card companies, like Capital One Bank.

Why is Hayt Hayt & Landau sending me a deposition notice?

Hayt Hayt & Landau likely is sending you a deposition notice because it sued you and obtained a judgment against you. After obtaining a judgment against you, debt collectors are permitted to ask you questions in an attempt to discover your assets. To learn more about deposition notices generally, read this post: What is a Deposition in Aid of Execution. To learn more about credit card judgments, read this post: A Debt Collector Got A Judgment Against Me.

Can I do anything about a Hayt Hayt & Landau deposition notice?

If the deposition was properly noticed, if you were subpoenaed to attend a deposition, or if you otherwise ordered by a court to attend, there’s not much to be done other. That said, in certain circumstances, you may not have to attend a deposition noticed by HHL. Contact our debt defense attorney to learn more.

There are times when Hayt Hayt & Landau depositions may be defective or you may be able to avoid attending. Here are some situations: 

  • When a Notice is Defective: if a deposition notice is defective, you likely don't have to attend.
  • When a Notice Contains a Violation: if a deposition notice contains a legal violation you may be able to sue for damages.
  • When Improper Service Occurred: if the lawsuit that preceded the deposition notice was served improperly, you may be able to open the judgment and win your case.
  • When a Complaint is Defective: if the complaint filed in the lawsuit that preceded the deposition notice is defective, you may be able to open your case and win.

Hire BCJ Law to help.

If you received a Hayt Hayt & Landau deposition notice, call our debt defense attorney to learn how BCJ Law can help. Call us at 1-800-997-5561 or complete our contact form.

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