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Everhous LLC and Moe Seraj v PHH Mortgage Corporation

The Petition is Void as it’s an LLC and should be STRICKEN. Pro Se’s cannot submit Petitions for LLC’s, only lawyers.




JUN 6, 2022 | REPUBLISHED BY LIT: JUN 6, 2022

Let’s just sit on the petition and do nothin’ for a while.

Judge; No need to notice the case for dismissal either.

Pro Se Knows How to Separate a Petition - But Doesn't Have a Law Firm Representing his LLC?

The Petition is Void as it’s an LLC and should be STRICKEN. Pro Se’s cannot submit Petitions for LLC’s.

Mind you, we cannot even find “Everhous, LLC” registered as a Texas Corporation as claimed under the penalty of perjury by “Moe Seraj”, 3546 Aldridge Dr, Missouri City, TX 77459.

However, we’ve seen pro se’s who are into ‘real estate investing’ obtain TRO’s as pro se in Harris County Court before – in violation of the laws.

Let’s see what happens here.

[Grantor: Travis Help for Homeless Trust]

– the $10 special warranty deed is duly noted.

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Everhous LLC and Moe Seraj v PHH Mortgage Corporation
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