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05-12-2011 05:40 PM
BurtonAvenger I'd wipe my ass with it. That usually gets the point across.
05-12-2011 04:04 PM
Music Moves
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Originally Posted by cifex View Post
Could you be more specific? What is compelling you to sign or acknowledge the statement at all?
Exactly... if I had access to a "statement" that was going to cost me $4k, I'd destroy it.
05-12-2011 03:57 PM
baldylox Could you be more specific? What is compelling you to sign or acknowledge the statement at all?
05-12-2011 03:06 PM
Leo Ah! I learned this in business law... I forgot what you sign on the document. The professor gave us a phrase to put on the document for these type of situations...

a'priori?

Reserve right to dispute?

blah... it's on the tip of my tongue.
05-12-2011 02:10 PM
PaoloSmythe
A quick legal test

Someone produces a statement which could effectively cost you $4k.

Would you write on the statement to confirm that you have received a copy of it and then sign this acknowledgement?
If not, what would you do instead?

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