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You cant' remove a risk
If you issue a claim it is always open to someone to defend and put in a counter claim
Sadly that is their choice
Whether or not it would succeed is another matter all together
But you cant sadly stop someone putting in a counter claim
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
I appreciate all the help you have given, I have actually paid for legal advice and although I know the advice is lawful and correct, I am tired of the other side playing hardball and leaving me with huge bills. Financially I would be better off giving them my company and also allowing them to short pay the rent. The problem is, I'm a man of principle and this is eating me away.
I guess I really just want to have a better idea of who's side the judge would agree with, the side that make false claims of which there have been over a dozen, all of which have been answered and who also have not paid their side of the agreement and whom have shirt paid rent or my side.
If you bring a claim they always have an opportunity for a counter claim
It is then a matter of evidence and who the Judge believes
You can't avoid a counter claim all together I am sorry to say
Can I clarify anything else?
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