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Counsel’s Authority to Represent

I know from my own personal experience that this is an important issue as I have also encountered the issue of whether a particular attorney or law firm has the authority to represent the opposing party in everyday civil litigation cases that I have worked on as well as foreclosure defense cases.

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The stakes couldn’t be higher. If counsel has been directed by a third party to use the name of a specific entity, acting as Trustee for an alleged trust, and has no  contact or information from the Trust or the Trustee, then on what authority does counsel represent the Trust? Remember there must be some document FROM THE TRUST through the only party with the right to administer the Trust (i.e., the supposed Trustee).
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THIS ARTICLE IS NOT A LEGAL OPINION UPON WHICH YOU CAN RELY IN ANY INDIVIDUAL CASE. HIRE A LAWYER.
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In the absence of any real authority to represent a Trust and in the absence of the “Trust” paying for the representation then the ultimate question, described on the pages of my blog for 10 years is whether the Trust exists in the…

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