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Posted: 1/29/2002 9:43:57 AM EDT
I finally settled on a lawsuit. The lawyers sent me a settlement agreement to be signed. Next to my name is a date and the words BY: and ITS: What does ITS mean? Do I write in my name in the BY: part? What do I write in for the ITS: part? Thanks for your help, John W
Link Posted: 1/29/2002 10:09:18 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/29/2002 10:10:15 AM EDT by FatMan]
I think that the ITS is the place where whoever witnessed your signature signs. Better yet, ask the lawyer who sent it to you. Make 'em earn their money.
Link Posted: 1/29/2002 10:09:23 AM EDT
No lawyers in here?
Link Posted: 1/29/2002 10:11:42 AM EDT
Originally Posted By John91498: No lawyers in here?
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Give it more than 20 minutes, and you might get some replies. Patience. Not everyone is reading this right now.
Link Posted: 1/29/2002 10:22:08 AM EDT
Originally Posted By FatMan: Better yet, ask the lawyer who sent it to you. Make 'em earn their money.
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Good point. These freaking vultures make so much money over "Legal Documents." To make this lawsuit go away cost more than the cost of a class 3 m-16.
Link Posted: 1/29/2002 11:17:13 AM EDT
Originally Posted By John91498:
Originally Posted By FatMan: Better yet, ask the lawyer who sent it to you. Make 'em earn their money.
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Good point. These freaking vultures make so much money over "Legal Documents." To make this lawsuit go away cost more than the cost of a class 3 m-16.
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Been there done this and more than once. Call YOUR lawyers !
Link Posted: 1/30/2002 5:21:25 AM EDT
Were you suing personally, or on behalf of a corporation? Usually, the "ITS" part is looking for you to write in your position with the company, such as President or whatever. If this was not a lawsuit involving a corporation, I would guess your lawyer forgot to change the form release. As already mentioned, ask your lawyer.
Link Posted: 1/30/2002 5:47:02 AM EDT
That's only used in cases where someone is the representative of the party signing. It's most likely a mistake on the part of whomever drew up the settlement agreement. Ordinarily, it used thus: ERIC THE HUN, INC. By: _________________________ Eric The Hun Its: President You can still sign your name to the document by doing it in this manner: By: _________________________[<-sign name here] John91498 Its: [i][/b]Pro Se[/b][/i] [i][b]Pro Se[/b][/i] simply means 'for oneself.' Eric The(Helpful)Hun[>]:)]
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