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  1. One last question re bill of particulars. I've read everything I can find on it here in the forum, but still have a question. I'm serving it with a proof of service. Do I: 1) send original pos to plaintiff or a copy of the pos to plaintiff; 2) send original demand for bill of particulars or a copy to the plaintiff? Thank you.
  2. i am sending a ccp 96 to midland/asset who changed their attorneys case was started by fulton, friedman, and gullace, and in the spring i got a letter from MCM (midland credit management) saying that they were taking it internally, and all correspondence should go to their po box in warren michigan they shortly thereafter filed a substitution with the court and listed an attorney at midlands snyder/harris/brown/mcelroy office in san diego who should i serve? the lawyer on record with the court in san diego? the po box in michigan? both?
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