I would like to see in one page what is like to state a cause of action and state of claim against a financial that made false advertising, used of clandestine, lies, did not disclose full of policy of its business in order to get me to provide them my information.
If the compamh did disclose its policy about requirement, and what to expect, l would not have signed up application for credit, but company did not tell me the true. They violated both several state and federal court laws.
So I am suing, but company responded said I failed to state a cause of action, or claim.
If you bring several violations against a party in court, do you must write a short statement, cause of action separately for each of them?
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The very nature of your statements and question suggests that you don't know how much you don't know. No amount of advice in this limited forum will get you where you want to go. If you care about winning your case, don't do this yourself. Consult with a lawyer. Good luck!
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The answer is NO. Its not that you "would like to see" such a thing, but that you would like to see it so you can copy it down and use in a legal case you intend to pursue and then ask a bunch of questions about how to be your own lawyer and fix the improper pleadings that you have already filed in court. To be candid, by asking the questions you pose, its clear that you are not the lion in the litigation arena, but the condemned prisoner. If the issue is important enough to litigate, its important enough to hire a lawyer to handle. If you cant or wont, then the issue is not that important to waste the resources and bear the risks of legal action and you consider some other means of resolution.