Case law is not cited within the complaint. You should simply state the facts regarding the parties, where they reside, and the facts that led up to the creation of the note and its breach.
A civil claim over breach of contract is based on tort common law, not statutory law. There are no statutes to cite and it would be improper to cite to case law at this point.
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