You have to file the RFP, if you need one I can email mine to you. In response to mine, they produced the servicing history which documents their fraud. If they don’t response, file a motion to compel. Also use subpoenas, if they don’t produce, file a motion for sanction. Winning is in the discovery. For us pro se , we can litigate for as long as needed. If the trial court denies any of your motion, it’s ground for an appeal. We will wear them out. I got one guy fired and no new foreclosure complaint from bank of New York in 2019 . Also request hearingS for your motions.Ocwen attorneys are head-butting me on discovery. Any references to handling this would be appreciated. Most notably they characterize requests as not relevant to claims. Welp. Maybe not relevant to *your* claims but certainly relevant to mine! Also, they keep filing these objections (with their misinterpretations) to the court, where the matters are (per court rules) between the parties and not supposed to be filed. How can anyone say that an amortization schedule of the loan is not relevant? Well, one that doesn't have proof of their accounting. Third party provider supoeanas ignored too. I haven't formulated the request for production motion yet, just got another frivolous objection and repetitive low info docs.