I have an Apostilled Act of State will the Judge understand my document
Country relating to Question: United StatesState (if USA): MinnesotaWhat have you tried so far?: This is my first step
Hello and thank you for the question. I am sorry to read of this dilemma. Is it in English?
I see no reason why the court would not understand. Such documents are routinely used in court and admitted into evidence. Good luck. I attempted to expedite a response to your question. Please select a positive rating for the answer.
On what basis will the Judge have an understanding for an individual to have an Act of State that has not been issued by any Government agency?
It has the apostille stamp?
Yes from the Secretary of State, State of Minnesota
The court would recognize that stamp. It is an official state issued document. It would give it full faith and credit.Good luck. I attempted to expedite a response to your question. Please select a positive rating for the answer.
I will find out Monday am. Thank you. If your interested in my plans of maybe suing several State agencies for 10plus million on a split you may want to contact me atXXXXXNW Roosevelt, MN 56673
The 10 million figure is in my Act of State document
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