Administrative Torts are very successful but,  the filing party must have evidence to prove their claim. This evidence comes in instrument form and the party must be the holder-in-due-course (controller). Without being the true holder-in-due-course you cannot tell anyone what to do with the instrument.

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  1. Coy Coleman on September 15, 2016 at 9:39 pm

    The smaller the entity, the easier to win a Tort Case. The larger the entity (Government/Corporation) the more difficult it is to win. City or small business – not very hard. State and Federal/Mega Corporations – much harder. The Courts tend to side with Power and sometimes are on the same side you are presenting the Tort to. More evidence has to be gathered up and beyond a shadow of a doubt. You also might have to climb the entire Court Process ladder to receive satisfaction. District, Appeals, and Supreme Court.

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