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  1. Hi, All. I was recently served a Summons in a case lodged by a JDB and the attorney representing them. Included is a "DECLARATION IN SUPPORT OF REDUCED FILING FEE" form signed by the attorney. One of the clauses listed on it is as follows: "4. Under Business and Professionals Code Section 6322.1©(1), where a claim for money damages falls within the monetary jurisdiction of the small claims court and is filed by an assignee who is prohibited from filing or maintaining a claim pursuant to CCP 116.420, the filing party is entitled to a $44.00 reduction from the uniform filing fee." I'm sure this is probably nothing that I can use as ammo, but want to be sure I'm not missing anything. Does anyone know what this is about? Obviously, the enemy got a fee reduction, but I'm not sure why. This case is in California, BTW involving $3,xxx.00 in alleged debt. Thanks!