A.R. Audit Services Inc. v. Young
- A.R. Audit Services, Inc., Plaintiff and Appellee
Tahnee R. Young, Defendant and Appellant
- Case Type
- CIVIL APPEAL : DEBTOR/CREDITOR
- Appeal From
Case No. 2019-CV-03270
East Central Judicial District, Cass County
Steven L. Marquart
Parties' Statement of Issues
I. The Plaintiff failed to provide a notarized affidavit from Michael Berg, stating he is legally authorized to assign any billing issues to the Plaintiff, A.R. Audit Services, Inc.
II. The Plaintiff’s assignment of debt from Sanford to A.R. Audit Service was NOT valid and therefore, the Plaintiff did NOT have any legal authority to bring legal actions against myself.
III. The lower court ignored my statement having NEVER lived in Minot, which many of the billing addresses reflect a Minot, North Dakota address. These bills are from a different person other than myself.
IV. The Plaintiff failed to provide any evidence showing I was ever screened for eligibility for financial assistance as outlined in the assignment from Sanford.
Whether the district court properly denied Appellant's Rule 60(b)(1) motion to set aside judgment.
Tahnee Young appeals from a district court order denying her motion to vacate a judgment entered in favor of A.R. Audit Services, Inc. (“A.R. Audit”).
In April 2019, A.R. Audit sued Young for alleged unpaid medical bills from the original creditor, Sanford Health. In May 2019, Young responded to the complaint. In September 2019, A.R. Audit moved for summary judgment. Young mailed to A.R. Services a response and a motion to dismiss the case. The district court subsequently granted A.R. Audit’s summary judgment motion. Young made a motion for relief from the order granting summary judgment. In January 2020, the court entered an order denying her motion to vacate the judgment.
On appeal, Young argues A.R. Audit failed to provide a notarized affidavit establishing legal authorization to assign billing issues to A.R. Audit. She argues the assignment of debt from Sanford Health to A.R. Audit was not valid and A.R. Audit did not have legal authority to bring this action. She contends that the district court ignored her statement of never having lived in Minot and that many of the bills reflect a Minot address and are for a different person. Young argues A.R. Audit failed to provide evidence showing she was ever screened for eligibility for financial assistance, as outlined in the assignment from Sanford Health.
|APPELLEE||PRIVATE PRACTICE||Meggi Ihland - 08728|
|APPELLANT||PRO SE||Tahnee Young|
(Note: Attachments may not be available for recently filed cases and/or confidential documents.)
|Seq. #||Filing Date||Description||Attachment|
|1||03/04/2020||NOTICE OF APPEAL : 03/04/2020|
|2||03/04/2020||ORDER FOR TRANSCRIPT : 03/18/2020|
|3||03/13/2020||Rec'd $125 filing fee (receipt #27544)|
|4||03/18/2020||NOT. OF FILING NOT. OF APPEAL AND PROOF OF SERV.|
|5||03/18/2020||Notice Served on Tahnee Young, Meggi Ihland & Tyler J. Siewert|
|6||04/03/2020||ELECTRONIC TRANSCRIPT DATED JANUARY 7, 2020|
|8||04/06/2020||ELEC. RECORD ON APPEAL DATED APRIL 3, 2020 (ENTRY NOS.1-45)|
|11||05/01/2020||Rec'd 5 copies of ATB and ATA from CSD|
|12||05/21/2020||NOTICE OF ORAL ARGUMENT SENT|
|14||06/01/2020||ORAL ARGUMENT WAIVED - NO REQUESTS FOR ORAL ARGUMENT|
|15||06/01/2020||Rec'd 5 copies of AEB back from Central Duplicating|
|17||06/12/2020||Rec'd copies 5 of RYB from Central Duplicating|
|18||06/30/2020||APPEARANCES: Wavied under N.D.R.App.P. 34(a)(1)(c)|
|19||06/30/2020||ARGUED: Wavied under N.D.R.App.P. 34(a)(1)(c)|