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if I can understand your situation correctly, you're the holder of this note and the attorney has not paid. Is the attorney representing themselves or someone else?
Hi, let me opt out of this discussion so someone with more experience with Title 9 exceptions may be able to help you.
Ray here a new expert.Anyone can file a complaint but it would be dismissed as you state.Only the failure to pay taxes or some other illegal activity would be grounds for sanction.This is just a debt, he can sue but thats it.The grievance would be dismissed here as you state.You could file Chapter 7 for that matter.Lots of lawyers have debts and bankruptcies, I have lawyer friend thats done it three times and he is still practicing.Title 09 in Maryland here cannot be used to enforce a regular debt.
It is not a problem here any grievance will be dismissed or a finding that no violation is present here.
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Dick I don't think this is going anywhere its a civil debt thats it.I used to do grievance work a few years back.
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