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  1. #1
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    Intent To Sue Letter

    Does anyone have a good NO PP intent to sue letter? I can't seem to find one that addresses only NO PP. Thanks.


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    Intent To Sue Letter

    -What is the purpose of the letter?

    -Intent to sue letters are a MISTAKE unless you actualy have actionable violations AND are ready to sue :)

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    Re: Intent To Sue Letter

    Originally posted by hiding90
    -What is the purpose of the letter?

    -Intent to sue letters are a MISTAKE unless you actualy have actionable violations AND are ready to sue :)
    The purpose of the letter is exactly what I stated. No permissible purpose inquiry. Yes it is a violation and yes I am ready to sue. So does anyone have a good no PP intent to sue letter?

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    Re: Intent To Sue Letter

    Think about the question again :)

    WHAT ARE YOU TRYING TO ACCOMPLISH BY SENDING AN INTENT TO SUE LETTER?

    -IF YOU INTEND TO SUE, JUST SUE :)

    -Sending intent to sue letters ONLY serves to "show your cards" to the other side before court.

    -IF YOU ARE TRYING to get a deletion instead, DONT MAKE THREATS to sue. Spend the $20.00 and file and request deletion in exchange for dismissal. :)

    -Here is a scenerio to think about. If they have an account, they can respond to your "threats" with a suit of their own. :)

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    Re: Intent To Sue Letter

    Check your local court rules before you file a summons as your first step. In Texas small claims YOU ARE REQUIRED TO SEND AN INTENT TO SUE before you can file.

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    Re: Re: Intent To Sue Letter

    Originally posted by hiding90

    -Here is a scenerio to think about. If they have an account, they can respond to your "threats" with a suit of their own. :)
    If they have an account they have pp.

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