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Thank you. Relative to the above, I am involved as plaintiff (pro se) in a motion to compel arbitration. The Defendant is using the above argument in their Reply Brief. They say that given my Response; that there is no agreement that binds me to the by-laws (defendant made a mistake in not getting the proper paperwork when I joined the club) that by virtue of becoming a member I am required to adhere to the by-law provision to go to arbitration. However, the whole reason we are here is because they forged an application for my membership and used it when I requested my deposit back upon leaving the Club. So they originally used this altered document which led to the Complaint, then they do not use it in their motion, and now say that no agreement was required. FYI: the forged application aside from referring to the bylaws included material changes, one of which is not even in the by-laws.
Question: how can I defend their new "angle"? Can I say that any agreement that may have existed between the parties was invalidated when they forged a document and represented it as the contract?
Hi...I understand your not being able to give advice. Clarification on "agreement" above. Are you referring to the document I said they forged?
Hello again, I wanted to touch base with you and make sure that you did not have any follow up questions for me from the legal answer I provided to you on the 13th.
If not, it was a pleasure assisting you and I would be glad to assist you further in the future. Thank you