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In mass. If a corporation files in small claims. do they need

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In mass. If a corporation files in small claims. do they need to have an officer of the corp. file as plaintiff or do they need an attorney or can any employee of the corp. file for them as plaintiff?

Sean the defendant
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  Dave Kennett replied 3 years ago.
Dear JACUSTOMER- A corporation is a separate entity and cannot represent itself in court. You can file a written complaint with the Bar Association for the unauthorized practice of law against anyone who is not an attorney and is representing a corporation in a court of law. The clerk is wrong and does not have the power to change the rules but if they do your only option is to file a complaint with the Bar Association.

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