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  2. You have to file where the incident took place. Lets say a landscaper from my area did a shoddy job, I have to file here in my town, because it happened here. I would check into collecting monies FIRST from OUT OF...

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  3. It might make sense if the only path for repayments is via an active savings account. For instance I have a "internet saver" account with a particular bank which can only be operated in concert with my day to day account. There is no independent...

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