Sure. No problem. I was unable to use original thread. Kept getting error messages.
I will send the rest that was cut off. Reply when you can. Thanks.
WHEREFORE, plaintiff prays for Judgment against defendant as hereinafter set forth:
As to Count One – Breach of Fiduciary Duty
COUNT TWO - ABUSE OF LEGAL PROCESS
(cut some off here because apparently there's a limit to the amount of text I can paste in one response...will past the ending now...)
(skipping more content here so I can get to the bottom of count two...)
As to Count Two – Abuse of Process
COUNT THREE – Malicious Prosecution
ELI, I HAVE SKIPPED OVER THE MIDDLE OF THE COMPLAINT AND GONE STRAIGHT TO THE LAST COUNT (7) SO YOU CAN SEE WHAT I’VE DONE, and TO HELP ME WITH WHAT I N EED TO DO. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!
COUNT SEVEN – Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress
As to Count Seven – Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress
Dated this day of June, 2013
The Plaintiff herein duly certifies that a copy of this complaint has been mailed, postage pre-paid, to the defendant and all parties of record on
I verify under penalty of perjury that the facts alleged in the foregoing complaint are true and correct to the best of my information, knowledge, belief and personal experience.
(separate page) PRAYER FOR RELIEF/STATEMEND IN DEMAND?
DEMAND FOR JURY TRIAL Eli, does this demand for a jury trial go inside the complaint or on a separate page?
Plaintiff hereby demands a trial by jury on all issues so triable
end of complaint...
What constitutes the INTRODUCTION? Something simple? One paragraph? Many paragraphs? Everything in a nut shell, and briefly?
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