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My company ( a sole proprietorship) is being sued as the second defendant in a small claims suit. My company (which consists of myself) has never had any type of business dealings with the plaintiff. He is suing for commission and expenses claimed due from another corporation (the first defendant) that occurred prior to when my husband and I purchased the corporation. The other corporation is an entirely different company. Is there an answer I can file to dissmiss my company from this suit? Also, none of the summons were ever signed by the plaintiff.The claim is also not signed by the plaintiff. His signature appears nowhere on the documents. Signature lines are blank. Also, can he include the other sole proprietorship in this suit when there were no business dealings with it?