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  1. Probably an easy answer I am over thinking.... have been reading posts for 7hours now and still not finding a response I am comfortable in using. PRA Summons States: #1 The plaintiff is registered and licensed to do business in New Jersey and the defendant is a resident of XXXXX County and whose social security number ends in xxx-xx-x/// is subject to this court's jurisdiction. HOW DO I RESPOND? As I see it they are combining multiple statements to somehow reel me in. I DO NOT KNOW if they are registered and licensed in New jersey since they did not provide the info to substant
  2. First contact: I received a letter from a local consumer rights attorney on July 28, 2016. Second contact: Left taped to my front door....IMPORTANT!!! (My name spelled incorrectly) An attempt was made to deliver IMPORTANT Court Documents to you today
  3. I am getting sued by my garbage company (for my business). I'm hoping someone can help me understand if this termination clause from their contract will help my case. DEFAULT, TERMINATION. If, During the Term, either party shall be in breach of or default under any provision of this Agreement ("Default"), the other party may, at its option, (i)suspend its performance until such default is corrected and the non-defaulting party has been fully compensated for any loss resulting from such a fault, or (ii)terminate this Agreement, provided, however, that no termination shall be effective unt