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Christine
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Username: Christine

Post Number: 1588
Registered: 09-2002
Posted on Friday, November 07, 2003 - 04:49 am:   Edit Post Delete Post Print Post    Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

http://www.flmb.uscourts.gov/Docs/97-1575-2.PDF

"Debtor testified that she spent an additional twenty hours (during non-working hours) calling Wells Fargo, accumulating the information necessary for her attorney to prepare the motion,
and preparing for the hearings. The Court will not award damages as a result of these
efforts because, unlike the time she took off from work, Debtor did not suffer any loss
therefrom. Stated another way, Debtor did not forfeit any compensation in order to
engage in these efforts."

In other words, because you are the idiot who did NOT hire a CPA and attorney to do all the work and you spent your weekend or evenings working on this crap, you do UNPAID SLAVE LABOR.

That's justice?

"Accordingly, the Court is
without authority to impose punitive damages against Wells Fargo pursuant to 105."

If anybody STILL thinks about going to bankruptcy court, well, good luck!

If you want to get paid, do your credit disputes. At least you have a chance at punitive damages, damages for emotional distress, etc.

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