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I want to file a small claim. On the form SC-100 Plaintiff's

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I want to file a small claim. On the form SC-100 Plaintiff’s claim …. Is a window with CASE NAME:
Who names the court case? And if it’s me, than how should I name it?
It me vs 3 corporation.
Should I name it my full name vs the first corporation's full name?
How many copies of the SC-100 I will have to take with me to register the case with the county court clerk ? its 03 defendants.
Does the clerk needs to stamp the copies I will serve to the defendants?
Submitted: 7 months ago.
Category: Consumer Protection Law
Expert:  KJLLAW replied 7 months ago.
Good evening. On the SC-100 form you must use your full name as the plaintiff and list all three corporation names as the defendants. (You must use the legal name of the corporation). You only need to file 1 copy with the court, but you would need to have all three defendant's served. The clerk will give you stamped copies to serve on all three.
Customer: replied 7 months ago.
The window on the FORM SC-100 is to small to fit in name of three corporations. What can I do?
Expert:  KJLLAW replied 7 months ago.
You have to try and fit them all in as defendants. The only other option is to write them in by hand.
Expert:  KJLLAW replied 7 months ago.
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