I apologize but I have 1 more issue and will rate you excellent if you can give me some follow up advise. after reviewing your answer I see that the legal notice does already have a charge for a placing a lien on my property. I did not receive any intent to lien notification and dont know if they actually placed a lien because that notice was the first time I was ever notified. Would you opine that paying the $1200 and "chasing" recovery through the court by suing them would be a better course of action or would filing a Declaratory Judgment Action have better results.
I really "could" afford to pay but its the principle...I dont think they have treated me fairly by doing all of this.
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