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Trying to figure out whos name some of the claims are being

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Trying to figure out who's name some of the claims are being brought by in a confusing counterclaim my attorney is filing ... would he be bringing charges for the association against individuals so that the associatiion can recover damages, and pay attorney fee's ... it makes no sense but im not a lawyer fraud is one of the claims
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  Chris T., JD replied 4 years ago.

TexLawyer :

If the association has been a victim of fraud, and not you as an individual, then it would make sense to bring the counterclaim in the name of the association alone.

TexLawyer :


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