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Civil Procedure – Sanctions – Nonlawyer – Security Deposit (access required)

A non-lawyer corporate officer who filed a warrant in debt seeking a $3,500 security deposit on space the corporation leased from defendant, and four notices of appeal in this matter, cannot be sanctioned for conduct that occurred in the general district court, but a Norfolk Circuit Court says it may award sanctions for one of ...

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