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The "SS" is a standard part of a the notarization language on a document which is known as the "jurat" of a document. The “SS” stands for the Latin term “scilicet” which means "in particular" or "namely" and simply indicates that the place where the document was signed is described in the preceding bracketed portion of ...


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Is an IP address of a phone an Admissible piece of evidence in court? A business record or other record or testimony regarding the IP address of a phone is admissible evidence if it is otherwise relevant and no other rule of evidence (e.g. attorney client privilege) keeps out the record or testimony. An IP address itself isn't "evidence" it is a ...


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If you are directly suing two people regarding a shared set of circumstances (e.g. two co-signers on a promissory note to plaintiff, or two people who both contributed to causing an accident burting the plaintiff), the caption and name of the lawsuit is: PERSON v. DEFENDANT1 and DEFENDANT2. The entire complaint together with a summons directed at DEFENDANT1 ...


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In California, like much of the USA, legal fees are rarely recoverable from the other side. The winning side still pays their own fees. There are exceptions to this- the most common being when it's written into a contract. Obviously I cannot speculate as I don't know your contract. Consult a legal professional. The defendant may also launch a countersuit, ...


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