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When Filing As A Business

Am I filing as a business?

You are filing as a business if the claim is attached to a separate, but related, legal entity that does not impact you directly but rather the business. Filing as a business follows just about the same process as any other filing. The difference is that a representative of the business speaks for the business entity.

Determining a representative for the business is vital. This representative will be the point of contact for the court.

Here is an example:

Oscar just had a contract fall through which cost a lot of money. He knows he was harmed in this arrangement. Before he files, he checks to see who is named on the contract and which accounts paid money.

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