4. Provide Notice, then file a Claim:

     This page is continued from Civil Law Self-Help Walkthrough >>>> Section 3. Are you seeking monetary relief (damages), an Equitable Remedy (nonmonetary forms of relief), or Both?:

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     Prior to filing a suit, there are two more steps: provide notice and file a claim. 

Providing Notice:

     In certain cases, it is essential to provide notice to the person(s) who caused you injury or loss, or who may cause injury or loss if they do not take certain action(s), or cease and desist certain offensive activity.  Providing “due notice” is an essential element of “due process“; ensure all parties are property notified. To assess if a notice must be sent, and/or what type of notice ought be sent, we’ve compiled the following page which contains all types of notices:

Provide Notice – providing “due notice” is an essential component of “due process“; ensure all parties are property notified.

File a Claim:

File a Claim – a legal demand, by a person wanting compensation, payment, or reimbursement, for a loss or injury caused by a breach of contract or a tort.

Section 5. Commence a Civil Action.

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