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Can insurance company take lien agreement out of a noterized document and file suit with the rest

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Insurance company took the lien agreement out of the noterized contract just because the register of deeds rejected it because it violated 2 of the Michigan Compiled laws for signatures, and than file suit with the rest of the contract that they like without the lien agreement and rejection letter from register of deeds

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Jun 21, 2021
There is no way to answer this in this venue because its very document dependent.
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Jun 21, 2021
Not sure I understand document dependant the contract contained the lien agreement it was noterized with the contract insurance company took it out because register of deeds texted them filling it so they broke the lien agreement away from the contract and filed suit with the portion of the broken contract they deemed profitable and winnable thereby throwing lien agreement in the trash just abandoning the lien agreement
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Jun 22, 2021
I still do not understand your question and would have to look at the documents.
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Jun 22, 2021
I do apologize for that , my question is this the auto insurance company had a noterized contract that included a lien agreement that was part of the contract as a whole they sent the lien agreement in to ionia county register of deeds, the register of deeds rejected the lien because it violated 2 of the Michigan compiled laws for signature requirements and sent the lien with rejection letter back to the auto insurance company the auto insurance company did not like that that part of the contract was rejected so they just discarded it from the contract took it out of the noterized contract and filed there lawsuit with the rest of the contract and denied it to the courts as if it was never part of the contract what I'm saying again is the contract and lien agreement were one whole document that was noterized and signed together they both refrence each other as being part of each other and because lien was rejected by ionia register of deeds them and there attorney just discarded it like it does not exist no one can take anything out of a signed noterized document throw it in the trash and than use the rest of the contract to file suit
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Jun 23, 2021
An attorney can file suit on only part of a cause of action pursuant to contract and ignore the rest -- its then waived as a potential cause of action by the plaintiff. The defendant can use that as a defense if its appropriate.
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