I need to file a financing statement against a long list of debtors (about 12 debtors) for the same secured party. The financing statement allows me to enter 2 debtors and then it seems like I have a choice, but I'm not sure - do I *have* to use the Addendum Form or can I just use the Additional Party Form? The Additional Party Form allows for more debtor entries so I'm just confirming that the Addendum Form is not *required*.
If you call the Clerk on the particular case or district, they are often willing to offer a helping hand. They will likely point you in the direction of a local rule or explain exactly what they need.
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